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Donald Trump spoke at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Conference in March when he was a candidate for the GOP presidential nomination. Saul Loeb /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Russian President Vladimir Putin enters the St. George Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow. Sergei Ilnitsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How The Trump Campaign Weakened The Republican Platform On Aid To Ukraine

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivered a national security speech in San Diego that harshly criticized Republican candidate Donald Trump's foreign policy positions. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Donald Trump, the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, gave an outline of his worldview and foreign policy goals in an address in Washington Wednesday. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate John Kasich's campaign is running an online ad and sent out a fundraising plea in response to the Paris attacks. Kasich is shown here at a town hall campaign event. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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People remove household goods from the rubble as a house burns on Sunday in Sinjar, Iraq. Kurdish forces, with the aid of months of U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, liberated the town from ISIS. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Hillary Clinton had to defend her views on foreign policy and President Obama's during Saturday's Democratic presidential debate, following the Paris attacks. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks at a news conference Monday in Madison, Wis., where he announced that he is suspending his Republican presidential campaign. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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Ari Zivotofsky (right) with his son, Menachem, outside the Supreme Court in 2011. Menachem, now 12, was born in Jerusalem, but the court ruled Israel cannot be noted as the birthplace on his passport. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Court Sides With President Over Congress In 'Jerusalem' Passport Dispute

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President Obama, seen shaking hands with Raul Castro at the Summit of the Americas in Panama, engaged in the first substantive face-to-face U.S.-Cuba talks in more than 50 years. Scott Horsley/NPR hide caption

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"An occupation that has lasted for almost 50 years must end," White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough told the annual J Street conference Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ari Zivotofsky (center) walks with then 9-year-old son Menachem, outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Nov. 7, 2011. Their case, regarding the desire to have their son's U.S. passport list his place of birth as Israel, returns to the Supreme Court this Monday. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court To Consider Case On Passports Of Jerusalem-Born Citizens

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President Obama delivers the commencement address to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on May 28. The president has employed U.S. military force much more sparingly in his second term than his first. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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