Leadership=> TRUMP YELLED AT ABBAS: “You Tricked Me in DC!” During West Bank Meeting

There’s a new sheriff in town — and he’s not an Islamist apologist.

President Donald Trump reportedly yelled at Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas during their meeting in the West Bank last week.

Trump was upset Abbas lied to him in Washington about his commitment to peace with Israel.
Breaking Israel News reported:

At their private meeting in Bethlehem last week, US President Donald Trump blew up at Palestinian Authority President Abbas over his lies about desire for peace and incitement to violence, an Israeli TV report said, citing an unnamed American source.

“You tricked me in DC!” Trump is reported to have shouted at the Palestinian leader, whom he hosted at the White House on May 3. “You talked there about your commitment to peace, but the Israelis showed me your involvement in incitement [against Israel].”

His outburst left the Palestinians in stunned silence, Israel’s Channel 2 reported, and tensions were high for several moments before both sides were able to get the meeting back on track. No evidence of the strain was visible in the joint press conference held after the private meeting, though Trump’s otherwise warm remarks included what many interpreted as a very pointed reference to the PA’s practice of paying salaries to terrorists and their families.

“Peace can never take root in an environment where violence is tolerated, funded and even rewarded,” he declared.

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Abbas’ Fatah Movement recently appointed Israeli Arab Karim Younes, a kidnapper and murderer, to serve as member in its Central Committee, Fatah’s governing body.

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