I am not in the evangelical camp that thinks Israel still has a special role to play in the Bible. The Israelites of the Old Testament were superceded by the church in the New Testament. Christians are now God's people and faith in Christ is what gains one admission into God's eternal kingdom. I do not believe the modern nation-state of Israel has any Biblical role to play, though I recognize and embrace the historicity of the Kingdom of David, the role the Romans played in changing the name from Judea to Palestine, and that the Jews legitimately have a several thousand year old claim to set up shop in the area on which the modern nation-state exists.
Now, this is not some line of faith or matter of doctrine. There are plenty of Christians who believe Israel has some special role to play still in Biblical, theological terms. I'm just not one of them. This is not like gay marriage or the trinity where there is two thousand years of consistent doctrine setting the parameters by which one might be legitimately considered a heretic for embrace of one and rejection of the other. This is a matter of Biblical interpretation that does not affect one's salvation.
I say that to say I do not view Donald Trump as fulfilling some prophesy or helping bring about the second coming through moving America's Embassy to Jerusalem. I believe it was just the right thing to do.
Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. The United States should have its capital in the capital city of a country. Our treatment of Israel was an exception to that rule. It was a gross injustice to the Jewish people and President Trump remedied it. He did what other Presidents claimed a willingness to do, but never did. He did what other politicians claimed they wanted done, but then howled in protest when he did it.
President Trump made the right decision and he should be applauded for it.