President Trump is a man of his word. So, when he promised he would do everything in his power to keep America safe and the world in order, he meant it. It all starts with peace, although the way there can be paved with anything but good intentions.
Trump decided to address the need for peace in Israel on Monday. After being welcomed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, the POTUS understood this visit as “a rare opportunity to bring security and stability and peace to this region and to its people, defeating terrorism and creating a future of harmony, prosperity, and peace.”
“But we can only get there working together,” he added. “There is no other way.”
“On my first trip overseas, I have come to this ancient land to reaffirm the enduring friendship between the United States and the State of Israel,” he noted. “We are not only longtime friends — we are great allies and partners. We stand together always.”
“This moment in history calls for us to strengthen our cooperation, as both Israel and America face common threats — from ISIS and other terrorist groups, to countries like Iran that sponsor terrorism and fund and foment terrible violence. Together, we can work to end the scourge of violence that has taken so many lives, here in Israel and around the world.”
Israeli president Rivlin noted he was very positive about this meeting.
“The world needs a strong United States,” Rivlin said. “The Middle East needs a strong United States. Israel needs a strong United States. And, may I say, the United States also needs a strong Israel.”
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