President Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Israel’s Western Wall, a White House official said Monday.
Amid a flurry of controversies in Washington, D.C., President Donald Trump will land in Israel early Monday for the second leg of his first foreign jaunt, where “more history is about to be made,” according to senior White House officials.
The United Nations has created a special organization for Palestinian refugees that both defines them differently and cares for them separately from every other refugee population on earth.
The White House is doing damage control after video surfaced Friday of official U.S. maps that erased key areas in Israel, a move that only fueled concern about the Trump administration position on the Jewish state.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Tuesday that the Western Wall is part of Israel, something other Trump administration officials would not unequivocally state the same day.
An American official on Tuesday revealed which allied nation originally shared the classified information that President Donald Trump discussed with Russian officials last week.