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Among other issues, the two leaders discussed the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, according to the White House.
"The terrorists and extremists, and those who give them aid and comfort, must be driven out of our society forever", said Mr. Trump, speaking during a trip to the Middle East that is largely aimed at combating terrorism. "Freedom for our people is key to stability in the region".
Melania clearly doesn't want to be dealing with Trump's shit any more than we do.
- President Donald Trump called two top intelligence community figures to request that they deny in public any evidence of collusion between his campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 election, multiple current and former U.S. officials with knowledge tell CNN.
Donald Trump has paid a short visit to Israel's national Holocaust memorial, calling the Nazi extermination of six million Jews "the most savage crime against God and his children". He also made the same statement about Netanyahu, making clear not only to Abbas, but also to reluctant right-wing members of the prime minister's coalition, that behind closed doors Netanyahu has expressed his willingness to relaunch the peace process. "I look forward to working with these leaders towards a lasting peace". "He did not weigh in Israeli settlements, the status of Jerusalem or even whether the US would continue to insist on a two-state solution giving the Palestinians sovereign territory".
The Palestinian president also complained about the illegal settlement activity of Israel in the West Bank, saying the conflict with Israel is not of a religious nature.
The last talks between the Israelis and Palestinians, led by former USA secretary of state John Kerry, broke down in April 2014 after around a year of largely fruitless discussion.
For its part, Abbas's Fatah party is at sharp odds with the Islamist group Hamas, which is in power in Gaza, leaving no unified Palestinian position on peace.
Tonight, Trump is flying to the Vatican, where he's slated to meet with Pope Francis on Wednesday.
"President Trump is really, really serious and he thinks peace is possible". Trump said he wouldn't use the term "monsters" since the suspects would like it.
It was the final speech of his Israel trip at the Israel Museum where the president really connected with Israelis, scoring a direct bull's eye. The move was seen as a gesture of support for Jewish claims to the site.