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President Trump has been known to love gold, but lately everything he touches seems to turn into something very different. Just last week, “Israel Capital + Jerusalem” garnered a 75 percent positive score over the previous 30 days. But after POTUS officially announced that the U.S. would be recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, those numbers plummeted. “Israel Capital + Jerusalem” has a 33 percent positive score over the last 24 hours, and Trump’s association with the decision isn’t going over well either. In his speech, Trump said: “While previous presidents have made this a major campaign promise, they failed to deliver. Today, I am delivering.” He’s not wrong, although previous presidents may have had good reasons to kick the can down the road. After Trump concluded his remarks, the reaction from the rest of the world—particularly in the Middle East—was swift and negative. Multiple foreign ministers in the region expressed strong opposition to the decision, and protests broke out in Israel on Thursday. The Palestinian group Hamas has called for an uprising, and CNN reported that leaders of the Iran-backed Palestinian group Islamic Jihad, Nafeth Azzam and Ahmed al-Batsh, are also “ready for a new armed struggle.” Over the last day, “Trump + Jerusalem” has just a 29 percent positive score. –Alex Shultz

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