Trump made the pledge in a private meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York. Israel captured Jerusalem al-Quads in 1967 but the U-S and most other U-N member states refuse to recognize the annexation. Further in his remarks, Trump vowed that his government would provide Israel with extraordinary strategic, technological and military cooperation. Meanwhile, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton also met with the Israeli premier in New York. She said a strong and secure Israel is vital to the U-S. She also reiterated her commitment to countering efforts to boycott Israel.
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