Ahead of Paris conference, US President-elect Trump calls on UK Prime Minister Theresa May to use her UN Security Council veto power to protect Israel, since he can’t trust Obama.
By Israel Today Staff
US President-elect Donald Trump on Sunday urged Britain to veto any new anti-Israel resolutions at the UN Security Council this week.
There is some concern that after yesterday’s “peace” summit in Paris, the Palestinians and their allies will introduce another motion, possibly recognizing an independent Palestinian state.
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After this Friday, January 20, Trump will be in the White House, and intends to slap down any UN efforts detrimental to the Jewish state.
But until then, he doesn’t trust President Barack Obama, and hope the right-wing government of British Prime Minister Theresa May will get the job done.
Trump made his remarks in an interview with London’s Sunday Times.
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