The State Department issued a worldwide travel warning for U.S. citizens abroad as protests flared up around the world in response to President Donald Trump’s announcement that the United States would move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. Israelis have cheered the move but the Palestinian chief negotiator declared it the was the biggest mistake of Trump’s life and said the move destroyed any possibility of a two-state solution. Jim Braude was joined by former Ambassador to Greece and NATO and Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns, who once served as political officer at the American Consulate General in Jerusalem.

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court temporarily reinstated the third version of Donald Trump’s travel ban. But new numbers show the President might have been affecting travel long before that ruling. Data from the National Travel & Tourism Office and the Department off Commerce show that international tourism to the U.S. is down 4% for the first half of this year. It’s being called the ‘Trump Slump,’ because those numbers coincide with falling opinions of the U.S. and President Trump, around the world. Boston Globe Travel Writer Christopher Muther joined Jim Braude on the travel slump and our favorite story in the newsroom this week: the local doctor who transitioned his skills to nurse Pepito the squirrel back to health.

Jim Braude weighed in on Roy Moore, and the two kinds of people in the world.