President Trump To Meet With Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu Monday

US President Donald Trump welcomed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House on Monday.

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara Netanyahu as they arrive at the White House.

"I'm very grateful to him (Trump) for this historic decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and to move the American Embassy to Jerusalem on our independence day", Netanyahu said on Saturday.

In December, Trump announced his controversial plan to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem - a decision that has been met by praise - and criticism - from leaders around the world.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called on Iran to withdraw its military and militia from Syria. What's that for?' I said, 'We're not going to spend a billion dollars.' And we're actually doing it for about $250,000.

"He believes the Netanyahu era is over", the sources said, and is also "testifying for the good of the nation".

Scott McTominay picks Scotland over England
According to multiple reports, McTominay has decided to choose his father's native land of Scotland over his own home country. That's what struck me when I met him as a young player. "If he's got that, it'd be very hard for him to play for England ".

Trump and Netanyahu were expected to discuss Iran's growing influence in Syria and the US nuclear deal brokered by former President Obama at Monday's meeting.

President Trump said he is looking into attending the opening of the embassy.

"Last night a state's witness deal was signed between the Investigations, Intelligence and Commerce Monitoring Divisions at the Israel Securities Authority and the Israel Police National Economic Crime Unit. and Nir Hefetz", a police statement released by the Justice Ministry said.

"I'm hoping that the Trump administration, who has been a great ally of Israel, has unleashed our military against ISIL, will look longer and harder in cooperation with the global community to stop what I think is a risky advancement by Iran throughout the region", said Graham. "And I think we have to stop this country".

Netanyahu and his wife Sarah Netanyahu were questioned by investigators Friday as part of an ongoing investigation into whether they took bribes from the owner of Israel's largest telecommunications company, Bezeq. White House officials said it was unlikely those issues would arise during talks with Trump. "That is our common challenge".

Netanyahu's visit while in Washington to the annual conference of the influential lobby group the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), will provide a boost for the right-wing Israeli leader as scandals and political turmoil brew at home. But in at least one big way, the uncertainty and strife at the White House intersected with Netanyahu's visit: a central U.S. interlocutor on Middle East peace, senior adviser Jared Kushner, has had his access to top-secret information yanked amid a crackdown on interim security clearances. I will also discuss with the President the advancement of peace. "So we're working very hard on it".

  • Megan Austin