A White House spokesman: With Obama no longer framing Netanyahu (Israel) as a threat that’s undermining Obama-Kerry foreign policies, better ties have blossomed with Israel, so now the U.S. is ‘beloved’ around the world.
Improved ties with Israel proves that the United States is more “beloved” around the world than under the previous administration, a White House spokesman said.
He also said that Israel was “virtually” thought of as an enemy of the United States under the Obama administration.
Obama on the phone with PM Netanyahu. – White House photo
Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley told reporters aboard Air Force One on Tuesday that President Donald Trump is not concerned about seeing protesters during his scheduled trip to Europe next week. Continue Reading »
The report posted in The New Yorker speaks of how the White House was surprised with Israel’s unannounced insistence to sign secret agreement, following in the footsteps of President Trump’s predecessors.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
US President Donald Trump, like the three US presidents before him, signed a letter when he entered office, declining to pressure Israel to sign an international nuclear-nonproliferation treaty, according to a report in The New Yorker released on Tuesday.
The report claims Israel houses a nuclear facility near the Negev city of Dimona, something that Israel neither confirms nor denies, and presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Continue Reading »
Honoring Int’l Holocaust Remembrance Day, President Trump’s Press Secretary, who’s the daughter of former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, tweeted a solemn video that spoke of her trip to Israel at age 11.
By Mordechai Sones
Honoring International Holocaust Remembrance Day, United States Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders today tweeted a message affirming both her own and her president’s staunch support for Israel and the Jewish people.
“Proud to work for POTUS who stands strong for Israel and all the Jewish people,” Sanders tweeted, followed by the hashtags #NeverForget and #NeverAgain..
After reaching an understanding with Trump officials, the White House will no longer makes distinctions between major towns & isolated settlements such as Hebron, and Jerusalem can announce approved Jewish housing plans in the West Bank every 3-4 months, rather than every few weeks.
By Yuval Karni and Elisha Ben-Kimon
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has approved the construction of over 3,800 homes in the major settlement blocs in the West Bank, but also in isolated settlements and at the Jewish settlement in Hebron.
Netanyahu & Trump – Photo: Kobi Gideon/PMO
The decision was made after an agreement was reached in principle with the Trump administration allowing Israel to approve massive construction in the disputed territories once every three or four months on average, instead of once every few weeks.;
Essentially, this agreement means the American administration is no longer making a distinction between construction in established settlement blocs—expected to remain under Israeli sovereignty in any future peace deal—and isolated settlements. Continue Reading »
Economy Minister Eli Cohen: President Trump has hit back at those trying to boycott Israel economically, through U.N. envoy Nikki Haley, has changed the diplomatic attitude toward Israel, and in short says, President Donald Trump is “among the greatest friends Israel has had in a president.”
By Israel Hayom Staff
Economy and Industry Minister Eli Cohen (Kulanu) came out in support of U.S. President Donald Trump over the weekend, after the embattled president faced accusations of being racist and anti-Semitic in the aftermath of violent events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Israel’s Economy and Industry Minister, Eli Cohen. – Photo: Wikimedia נתן מור
“Efforts to portray Trump as anti-Semitic are pathetic,” Cohen said, adding that of all the U.S. Continue Reading »
In an interview with the first Israeli media outlet, Israel Hayom, the U.S. President, Donald Trump, says he understands and respects Israel greatly, stressing he would like to see peace in the Middle East, and looks forward to his meeting with PM Netanyahu next week.
By Boaz Bismuth
U.S. President Donald Trump and Israel Hayom’s foreign news editor and senior analyst Boaz Bismuth:
“I understand Israel very well and I respect Israel. … I would like to see peace [between Israel and the Palestinians] and beyond,” U.S. President Donald Trump told Israel Hayom in an exclusive interview Thursday — the first interview the 45th president of the United States has given Israeli media since taking office on Jan. Continue Reading »
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