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Trump faces diplomatic hurdles during 28 hours in the Holy Land

For Donald Trump, several of those await in Jerusalem and Bethlehem next week. A nine-day tour taking in Saudi Arabia, Israel, the Palestinian territories, the Vatican and NATO would be a tall order for any president. During his campaign, Trump promised to be Israel's "best friend" if elected, and signaled that it was okay for the Israeli government to go on building settlements on occupied land since he didn't regard it as an obstacle to peace.
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