After President Trump's announcement that the United States would view Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and work toward moving its embassy there, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he expects other nations to follow America's lead.

As Netanyahu visited Brussels on Monday, it looked as if only a motley crew was offering support for Trump's move — consisting mostly of anti-Islam European leaders holding little political power.

Czech President Milos Zeman, who is known for his affinity with Trump and his anti-Muslim populist rhetoric, was perhaps the highest-profile international leader to support Trump's decision.

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