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AMAZING VIDEO: President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in Davos, No more U.S. aid to “Palestinians” unless they “sit down and negotiate peace”

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Incredible moment when finally a truly great President puts an end to the Jew-hatred and jihad. Or at the very least won’t subsidize it.

Brilliant. This is one of those once in lifetime moments in history that will be spoken of for generations to come.

Amazing historic exchange at Davos.

“Israel has always supported the United States.”

Moments ago, President Donald J. Trump met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – בנימין נתניהו at the World Economic Forum.

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I24: Trump also hinted that Israel will ‘do something that’s a very good thing’ on peace

US President Donald Trump on Thursday delivered one of the most scathing criticisms of the Palestinian Authority (PA) to ever emanate from the White House, saying they should be disgusted by “many years of killing people” and ordering them to make peace or he will sever the flow of financial aid.

“They have to want to make peace or we’re not going to have anything to do with [aid] any longer,” Trump said ahead of a meeting with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
He said that the US has given the Palestinians a “tremendous” amount of aid but that the PA “disrespected us a week ago by not allowing our great vice president to see them,” in a reference to the Palestinian boycott of Vice President Mike Pence’s official visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories.

“Why should we do that as a country if they do nothing for us?” he later asked. “Respect has to be shown to the US or we’re not going any further.”

Trump also described his December speech recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel as taking Jerusalem “off the table” as a negotiating issue between Israelis and Palestinians, although he immediately added that “I don’t know that [negotiations] will ever take place.”

This is likely to be interpreted by Palestinians as an outright rejection of their claim on the eastern part of the city as the capital of their hoped-for state.

“We took Jerusalem off the table, so we don’t have to talk about it any more,” he said, seated next to Netanyahu, who occasionally flashed a smile.

After almost twelve months of talks with Israelis and Palestinians by his personal peace envoys Jason Greenblatt and Jared Kushner, Trump said “yes we have a proposal for peace, it’s a great proposal for Palestinians. I think it’s very good for Israel.”

He also hinted at a compromise that Israel has said it is ready to make.

“Israel, something’s going to happen. They’ll do something that’s a very good thing. They want to make peace,” he said without elaboration.

When asked what he thought of a recent speech by PA President Mahmoud Abbas, Trump replied that “I didn’t really read his remarks I’m probably better off not seeing them,” before opining that “It’s many years of kill people, many years of killing each other, they must be tired and disgusted over it.”

More to come.

President Donald Trump meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the World Economic Forum, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018, in Davos. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

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