Trump: We Want to Create Peace Between Israelis and Palestinians

‘We will get it done. We will be working so hard to get it done’


TRUMP: "I welcome President Abbas, here today, as a demonstration of that partnership, that very special partnership that we all need to make it all work. And I look forward to welcoming him back as a great mark of progress and ultimately toward the signing of a document with the Israelis and with Israel toward peace. We want to create peace between Israel and the Palestinians. We will get it done. We will be working so hard to get it done. It’s been a long time. But we will be working diligently. And I think it is a very, very good chance and I think you feel the same way. Mr. President, thank you very much.”

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