President Trump on Tuesday called unite for “all civilized Nations” to fight against terrorism and “destroy the evil ideology,” citing the deadly Manchester attack the Central message of its foreign stress of the trip, as he concluded a visit to the Holy Land.
“All civilized peoples have to be United in this effort. This trip focused on the goal,” Trump said at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, after meeting earlier with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank.
The President spoke after a suicide bomber killed 22 injured and a minimum of 59 to a Ariana Grande concert in the UK, The President held to discuss a call on Tuesday morning with British Prime Minister Theresa May, the “wanton and depraved” attack, according to the White house, and take his message later this week to meet with NATO and the G7 countries.
While previous observations in Bethlehem, Trump expressed his condolences offered to the victims, the calling of such attacker is the “bad loser in life.”
As the leader of the world, affirmed in the condemnation of the horror for young concert-goers, Trump, a message that he can unite since the delivery in the whole of the Middle East since Saturday – and the common threats countries and peoples with historic differences.
Trump since the beginning of his trip could be to the threat from Iran, suggesting that it is countries such as Saudi Arabia and Israel, and repeatedly referred to threats such as Hamas and Hezbollah during the remarks of the Israel Museum associations.
“We say to you now that Iran have no nuclear weapons,” he swore.
But citing Manchester, Trump said, its purpose is to bring Nations together in the direction of the victory over terrorism and the “crushing the hate-filled ideology.”
“Dozens of innocent people, beautiful, boy, children, brutally murdered in this heinous attack on humanity,” he said.
Trump on Tuesday also visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial, where he and the first lady, Melania Trump a wreath in honor of the concentration camp victims.
Before departing for Rome and the Vatican, where Trump a meeting with Pope Francis, Trump inserted plans, the possibility of a long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace Treaty.
Referencing his meeting with Abbas, he said: “The Palestinians are ready to reach for peace,” and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants peace.
He and Netanyahu both reiterated the strength of the U.S.-Israel bond before they separate ways.
Trump is now taking its anti-Terror message to the meetings of NATO and the G7 partners in Europe later this week.
He is to press expected the government to oblige the heads of the NATO countries, more resources for the Alliance during the meeting in Brussels, and then travel for a G7 meeting in Sicily.