CARE Statement on Trump Administration’s recent threats to retaliate against countries that voted against the U.S. declaration of Jerusalem as capital of Israel

Trump Administration’s threats to retaliate after UN Jerusalem vote deeply concerning

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12/21/17

WASHINGTON (Dec. 21, 2017) — CARE is deeply concerned by the Trump Administration’s recent stance that countries should not receive U.S. development assistance because of their differing views on the location of the U.S. embassy in Israel.
While any such move will be subject to congressional checks and balances, CARE believes that American leadership is reflected by full funding for international programs, particularly where there is the greatest need.  
U.S. foreign assistance has saved lives, reduced poverty and limits the spread of disease; and in turn creates a safer, stronger, and more prosperous world.

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