The Hill reports:
A top Israeli official says that the country will officially name a train station in Jerusalem after President Trump next week during the country’s annual Independence Day celebrations. Trump has maintained a close relationship with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and broke with previous U.S. administrations to recognize Jerusalem as the country’s official capital in late 2017. The U.S. followed Trump’s declaration by announcing plans to move the U.S. Embassy, historically in Tel Aviv, to the country’s newly recognized capital.
Earlier this month Netanyahu announced plans to rename a Golan Heights town for Trump after the US formally recognized the area as part of Israel.
Here, in the Old City of Jerusalem, we will build the Western Wall & Temple Mount train station. It will be named after @realDonaldTrump, who made history and recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The official announcement will take place on Israel’s Independence Day. pic.twitter.com/0b40afUngj
— ישראל כ”ץ Israel Katz (@Israel_katz) April 30, 2019