Trump holds a bilateral meeting with Israeli PM Netanyahu

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And that's a plan that bebe and his opponent, i must say, have to like very much and i can say in terms of bebe he does and i think in terms of his opponent, he does too i'll be meeting with him in a little while. But this is a plan, that's very important to peace in the middle east, no matter where i went. They say israel and the palestinians they have to make peace before you can really have pea ...
e in the middle east. So people have been working on this. For many. Many years and i think we're relatively close, but we have to get other people to agree with it. Also, i will say many of the arab nations have agreed to it. They like it, they think it's great, they think it's a big start. I think it's a big start to. I think it's a fantastic thing. If we can pull it off, they say it's probably the most difficult deal anywhere and of any kind to make in the business world. When i was back in the business world, when i deal with stuff, people would jokingly refer to it, as this is tougher than israel and the palestinians getting together, and that's what i've heard all my life and so we'll see what happens.

We have something that makes a lot of sense for everybody, and we appreciate you being here and mr. prime minister great job. You do. Thank you, mr. president, i just want to say two things. First, that the deal of the century is the opportunity of a century and we're not going to pass it by and we'll talk about that tomorrow today, i repeat, i just want to say thank you for everything. You'Ve done for the state of israel. You'Ve been the greatest friend that as well as had in the white house, and i think tomorrow we can continue palestinians about your plan to de pasiĆ³n president. We will be reporting on that tomorrow. It'S something they should want. They probably won't want it initially, but i think in the end they will, i think, in the end they're going to want it, it's very good for them. In fact, it's overly good to them.

So we'll see what happens now without them. We don't do the deal and that's okay, they're not living. Well. As you know, we cut off aid to palestinians and something i don't like to do, but we did that and we think that there's a very good chance that they're going to want this, i would say their initial just as great negotiators and they are great negotiators. Their initial response - and i have no idea what they're going to say would be: oh, we don't want anything but in the meantime, they'll be negotiating. So let's see how it works. So tomorrow, at 12 o'clock we'll be announcing a plan and it's a very big plan. It will be a suggestion between israel and the palestinians. It'S the closest it's ever come and we'll see what happens. We have the support of the prime minister. We have the support of the other parties and we think we will ultimately have the support of the palestinians, but we're going to see - and if we do it'll be a tremendous tribute to everybody and if we don't life goes on. Thank you very much everybody.

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