"That we aren't condemned to relive historical past, and that the best way issues have been just isn't how they have to ceaselessly be".
The former Vanity Fair writer has been a harsh critic of President Trump's daughter and son-in-law, both presidential advisers.
The new U.S. embassy opened in Jerusalem while in Gaza, roughly 50 miles away, there were deadly clashes between Israeli soldiers and Palestinians. "But most people at home figured that out".
They then introduced this UN Security Council spokesperson as Jared Kushner. "When there's peace on this area, we are going to look again upon at the present time and keep in mind that the journey to peace began with a powerful America recognizing the reality".
Scarborough spoke as the news station aired images of the first daughter and Kushner smiling and speaking about the embassy opening, juxtaposed with photographs of combat and bloodshed in Gaza, where Israeli military forces reportedly killed 58 Palestinians.
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner have been blessed by one of Israel's top rabbis, but there are a lot of people who aren't happy about it.
Hours earlier in Gaza, 40,000 Palestinians who showed up to the border to protest the opening of the embassy.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Trump in his address that "by recognising history you have made history".
It was clear on Monday that the embassy opening was about excess of the peace course of, with Kushner and different administration officers emphasizing that it was one other marketing campaign promise saved. The decision follows Donald Trump's promise to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, breaking with decades of U.S. neutrality on the issue and in turn, creating further unrest between the parties. "While many Presidents before him have backed down from their pledge to move the American Embassy once they were in office, this President delivered".