Is H.R. McMaster, the White House national security adviser, on the way out? By some signs, he is: President Donald Trump not only excluded him from a key meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his national security adviser Monday night in Jerusalem, he was kept “outside the...
National security advisor H.R. McMaster was left out of a meeting between President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, a move that raised eyebrows among officials.
The office of the Israeli prime minister says a medical procedure to remove Benjamin Netanyahu's bladder stone has been successful. It says Netanyahu returned to "full activity" on Friday morning … Click to Continue »
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Washington has added tens of millions of dollars in extra defence aid for Israel, a day after US President Donald Trump wound up a visit. He did not say over what timeframe the money would be disbursed. The addition comes on the heels of a weekend announcement of a massive
Debbie Hill, Pool via AP Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shakes hands with U.S. President Donald Trump at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem. I n the American legend of the confidence man, he arrives in a small town by train or riverboat. Show More Summary
Steve Benen, MSNBC: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, standing alongside the American president earlier, was asked at a brief press conference if he has any concerns about intelligence cooperation with the United States. He said he did not. Show More Summary
Host Cenk Uygur says he’s “no fan” of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but he “almost felt a bit of sympathy for him” after what the president did at a Jerusalem news conference.
Today, President Donald J. Trump met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem. President Trump and Prime Minister Netanyahu delivered remarks together shortly after the President visited the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the the Western Wall.
President Trump seemed to confirm during an appearance with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he had given some Israeli intelligence to top Russian diplomats.
Donald Trump appears to have confirmed that Israel was the source of highly sensitive intelligence he gave to Russian officials. During a press conference in Israel with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Mr Trump said he never mentioned “the word or the name ‘Israel’” during a White House meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador Sergei Kislyak.
Following at joint press conference between President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, Andrea Mitchell could not conceal her disgust at the meeting. The MSNBC anchor and NBC Chief Foreign Correspondent first...Show More Summary
President Trump began a two-day visit to Israel on Monday with a blunt assessment for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: If Israel really wants peace with its Arab neighbors, the cost will be resolving the generations-old standoff with the Palestinians. For years, Mr. Netanyahu has sought to recalibrate relations with Sunni Arab nations in a mutual […]
JERUSALEM — President Donald Trump said Monday he never mentioned the word "Israel" as the source of intelligence about ISIS during a meeting with the Russian Foreign Minister, while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insisted that "intelligence cooperation is terrific" with the United States. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The might of two world leaders was not enough to withstand the desperate need for an instantly viral selfie. United States President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were walking along at the Ben Gurion Airport...Show More Summary
Standing alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Trump on Monday had a point to clarify for reporters about his White House conversation with Russian diplomats: "Just so you understand, I never mentioned the word or the name Israel in that conversation," he said, per CNN. Netanyahu quickly added that...
President Donald Trump will join Benjamin Netanyahu for remarks at the Israeli prime minister's residence in Jerusalem.
PBS reports: President Donald Trump will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday in Jerusalem, part of his first overseas trip since taking the Oval Office. President Donald Trump and Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu will deliver a joint statement. Show More Summary
At a photo op with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, Donald Trump quieted the room to tell everyone that he “never mentioned” Israel in his meeting with Russian officials during which he shared classified intelligence.… Read The post Trump to Netanyahu: ‘I Never Mentioned Israel’ in Oval Office Intel Leak to Russians appeared first on Towleroad.
The two world leaders are set to address press on Monday after President Trump arrived in Israel on the second leg of his foreign trip. Read more...