At his rally yesterday in Elkhart, Indiana, President Trump gave an impressionistic account of how my good friends in the Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations fitted out "a big, beautiful corner" of the consular annex building in the Arnona neighborhood of Jerusalem to serve as an interim office for the Ambassador, and did so at a reasonable cost.
Notice the sustained applause when Trump mentions how the best site in the city has setback distance.
"It’s set back. Which is good for safety ... It’s a big site, big setback – they want setback for safety, makes sense."
Three cheers for setback! It's about time it got some recognition.