OK, so you're Donald Trump, and so far you've done everything you can to roil the Middle East. You've aligned with Sunnis against Shiites, you've canceled the Iran nuclear deal — by which you've encouraged the Saudis to ponder their own nuclear program, you've handed Syria to Putin, you've alienated our traditional allies with a stake in the region, you've put a diplomatically devoid kid in charge of resolving the Israel-Palestine ordeal, you've destroyed any hope for a two-state solution, and you've relocated the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which has ignited violent and deadly protests in Gaza.
What do you do for an encore?
Why, you send two evangelical preachers to speak at the embassy's opening. One, John Hagee, in a 1990s sermon, "seemed to suggest that Adolf Hitler had been fulfilling God's will by aiding the desire of Jews to return to Israel in accordance with biblical prophecy," and the other, Southern Baptist Robert Jeffress, called Islam an abomination from "the pit of hell," and last year said “The truth everyone headed to hell has rejected is that Jesus Christ is the only means by which a person may be saved,” which of course meant that all Jews will go to Hell.
A good day's work, Donald.