April 25, 2018

Israel's Netanyahu to invite Trump to open Jerusalem embassy in May

06 March 2018, 01:47 | Marta Robbins

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It is a method that Trump has honed in dealing with an investigation into whether his campaign team colluded with Russian Federation during the 2016 United States elections. "So I was able to do it, and I think it's something that's very much appreciated in Israel". "They put an order in front of my desk last week for a billion dollars".

"On behalf of all Israeli citizens, as I understand it, I am heading out to pursue three goals: security, peace and economic prosperity for our nation", Netanyahu said.

"We are as committed to peace as ever", the official said. "So check that out", he said. "It's temporary but it'll be very nice".

Trump has said he will end the agreement if Congress doesn't somehow "fix" it, but he has not yet taken that step.

It wasn't clear whether Trump might have been referring to State Department plans to quickly modify the current consulate in Jerusalem while a new embassy is built.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called on Iran to withdraw its military and militia from Syria.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tried to clarify Trump's remarks in a press briefing on Monday. "The Palestinians, I think, are wanting to come back to the table".

"I'm very grateful to him for this historic decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital and to move the American embassy to Jerusalem on our independence day", he said.

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"Jerusalem was a wonderful thing". "Many presidents were discussing whether or not to make that decision, and they promised it in their campaigns, but they never were able to do what they should have done".

Netanyahu also praised Trump and thanked him for his support of Israel. Netanyahu was expected to ask for U.S. assistance in preventing Iran from gaining a stronger foothold in Syria as the civil war there deteriorates.

The president, a former NY property developer, claimed that he is saving taxpayer dollars on the construction of the embassy. "We have to stop this country that chants 'death to Israel, death to America, '" he said. "This is the hardest deal".

"This is a routine check-in meeting", one USA official said of Netanyahu's second visit to the Trump White House.

Netanyahu named Iran as the greatest challenge facing the United States and Israel in the Middle East. "Iran must be stopped. That is our common challenge".

The Middle East peace process grew even more complicated recently after Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and one of his senior advisers, lost his top-secret security clearance. He believes Iran is cheating on the agreement, telling Trump that "Iran has not given up its nuclear ambitions".

Trump suggested that the Palestinians are eager to return to negotiations and said if they do not,"you don't have peace". Case 4000 concerns alleged favorable treatment of Bezeq in return for favorable coverage for the prime minister by Bezeq subsidiary Walla!

On Friday, Netanyahu and his wife were questioned for the first time in the "case 4000".

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