President Trump, we should know by now, is the master of distraction, making it hard for the news cycle to keep up with his endless string of controversy-inspiring tweets and incendiary behaviors. As the media gets caught up in dissecting the language and meaning of one text, he is on to something else.
Before Trump was sworn in, the CIA warned Israel that Vladimir Putin had “leverages of pressure” over Trump.
Trump pulled the media aside while in Israel on Monday and made the Russia scandal worse by denying that he told Russia that Israel was the source of the classified intelligence that he leaked to a hostile foreign power.
“Israel fully supports President Trump’s decision and hopes that this message of resolve...will resonate not only in Damascus, but in Tehran, Pyongyang and elsewhere.”
“The Israeli prime minister publicly supports a two-state solution, but his current coalition is the most right-wing in Israeli history, with an agenda driven by its most extreme elements.”
Trump seems intent on following in the footsteps, not of our most successful modern president, Barack H. Obama, but rather the least, George W. Bush
The U.N. reaffirmed its consensus that settlements have no legal validity. The United States has been sending a message that settlements must stop.
Blame Trump's uninformed decision-making processes, which is based entirely on the faulty assumption that he is a “smart guy.”
"Moving the embassy to the capital of the Jewish people, to Jerusalem, is a straightforward, standard thing to do." Except it isn't.
It's time for Israel to fund its own military and stop killing American jobs with a “special relationship” subsidizing its defense industry.
One can only picture the results of this cringe-worthy moment with President Kasich and a group of Muslims instead
Ryan said at AIPIC that "A confident America stands by its allies." It's just a shame the GOP doesn't stand by the American people.
A second American Revolution can be won in California with its 55 electoral votes, but not in Galilee, which gets 0
Trump says he has best temperament for the job, Graham say his worldview is gibberish, and Cruz claims Trump would nuke Denmark
Benjamin Netanyahu did not like Barack Obama's refusal to grant him control of U.S. foreign policy and a Kuwaiti paper says he wants revenge
Donald Trump plans to visit Israel at the end of the year, but some in Israel are not happy at the prospect of Trump's presence
MIchele Bachmann shows what a true friend of Israel she is by calling for the conversion of the Jews as soon as possible
Netanyahu comes crawling to Washington for some foreign aid. Despite all the bluster, he knows who needs whom more in U.S.-Israeli relations
Iranian President Rouhani said tearing up an international agreement "is something that only the likes of Saddam Hussein would do."
There is no low Republicans will not sink to when they are deprived of the opportunity to launch another baseless attack an innocent nation