Might President Trump support some formulation that grants the Palestinians a capital in East Jerusalem? Perhaps. The administration hasn't offered a definitive position on that possibility. The State Department has said that there's still been no final determination of where the U.S. believes Israel's sovereign boundaries should be. Nevertheless, if the U.S. is regarded as completely in the tank for Israel, what role can it have in even promoting that possibility? If the U.S. wants to support Palestinian self-rule and a two-state solution, the relocation of the embassy to West Jerusalem would have been a nice reward to Israel for accepting that prospect. Now, it's gone and U.S. credibility is diminished. Who benefits from that?