According to the Israeli newspaper Maariv, the former Secretary of State is considering a second run for president in 2020 to take on President Trump.
Meanwhile, Kerry reportedly met in London with a close associate of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and told him to tell his leader to "Hold on and be strong," adding that he should stay strong in his spirit and play for time, that he will not break and will not yield to President Trump's demands.
He also claimed that Trump will likely not be in office much longer.
Jan Markell of Olive Tree Ministries says Kerry is trying to keep alive the anti-Israel policy of the Obama administration.
"Which is, quite frankly, the complete destruction of the nation of Israel," she warns.
Israel is benefitting from the pro-Israel administration under Trump, says Markell, which Kerry and others want to destroy.
She further suggests that Democrats perceive Trump's accomplishments as disasters due to their hatred of Israel, which explains Kerry's message to Abbas and his idea of running against Trump.
"They are deluded. These people are godless," Markell claims. "And I think as a political party the Democrat Party has been given over to a depraved reprobate mind."