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Pres. Trump Tells PM Netanyahu He Did Not Mention Israel to Russians

25 May 2017

"It was a awful, bad thing for the United States to enter that deal and, believe me, Iran will never have a nuclear weapon, that I can tell you", Trump said to Netanyahu.

"I talk every place about her, how great she is and how great you are", Mrs. Netanyahu said. "He loves people, he especially loves the Israeli people".

Officials on all sides have played down hopes of an imminent breakthrough in peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians - described by Trump before his trip as his "ultimate deal".

Speaking alongside Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump was referencing revelations that he divulged classified information about an Islamic State threat in a recent meeting with Russia's foreign minister and ambassador.

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Coats did not deny the report but said he didn't want to characterize or comment any private conversations with the president. Brennan says such classified information typically shared through intelligence channels, not visiting diplomats.

Trump pledged to remain supportive to Israel.

As WIBC Morning Man Tony Katz noted, the Prime Minister's choice of words was intentional and his message was clear. The President has struck an increasingly optimistic tone on the prospects for peace in recent days, insisting that he is sensing a shift in the region that could draw Arab countries closer to Israel and create more favorable conditions for peace.

"These are concessions ahead of Trump's visit that do not harm Israel's interests", an Israeli diplomatic source said.

Netanyahu added that U.S.

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The Russian leader expressed his confidence that the sides will continue active joint work to develop Russian-Iranian cooperation. His first term was marked by an emergent global outreach, an approach supported by then-US President Barack Obama.

After greeting Trump with a firm handshake, Hazan whipped out his phone and said: "I wish I could do a selfie with you". Charles Schumer, the Democratic leader in the Senate, called on President Donald Trump to press Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to "immediately" end incitement when they meet.

He said that if Christians, Muslims and Jews join forces, "peace in this world is possible, including peace between Israel and the Palestinians".

He stressed that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict was not between religions. "The problem is with the occupation and settlements, as well as the non-recognition of the state of Palestine".

Later on Tuesday, President Trump will return to Jerusalem to visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and give a speech at the Israel Museum before wrapping up his two-day visit.

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