News

Morning brief: Trump makes a crucial trip to Israel

TRUMP MAKES A CRUCIAL TRIP TO ISRAEL

President Trump landed in Israel Monday set to start at a very important meeting with the Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Trump is expected to establish the basis of a possible peace agreement between israelis and Palestinians, and a visit to several Jewish historical sites during the trip. In the back-drop, an Israeli minister Yuval Steinitz is worried about Trump billion dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia. He called the deal “something that we should trouble.”

Related Picture


Expand / Collapse

TRUMP HEADS ON THEIR GUARD ISRAEL LOOKING FOR THE ULTIMATE DEAL

THE ISRAELI MINISTER CONCERNED OVER US-SAUDI ARABIA ARMS DEAL

BUDGET BATTLE LOOMS

In anticipation of the Trumpet’s administration of the release of the 2018 budget plan, top Capitol Hill Republicans have already any fear. The blueprint is sure to be a wave of cuts to benefit programs such as Medicaid, food stamps, federal employee pensions and farm subsidies. The new cuts are already unpopular. Rep. Mike Conaway, R-Texas, called the proposal “wrongheaded.” The plan is expected to be officially released Tuesday.

VIDEO: MULVANEY DEFENDS SPENDING BILL

TOP GENERAL: CUTTING THE STATE DEPARTMENT MAKES US LESS SAFE

TV-SHOW SCENE DRAWS OUTRAGE

In the latest episode of Showtime’s hit series “Billions” (SPOILER ALERT), Damian Lewis’ character Bobby Axelrod is arrested at the Ground Zero Memorial in New York City. That scene has caused outrage among the families of the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Some families have said that the cemetery should not be used as a Hollywood backdrop. Another woman called the scene a “disgusting disgrace.”

Related Picture


Expand / Collapse

( )

COMPLAIN ABOUT ‘LOCKER ROOM TALK’

Ousted “Today” host Billy Bush spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about his firing from NBC and the leaked tape of his conversation with President Trump in 2004. Bush said that he wished he had changed the subject of the conversation and added that what the two were talking about no so-called “locker room talk.” Bush said: “I am in a lot of of the changing rooms, I’m an athlete, and no, that is not the kind of conversation that goes on or that I have participated in.” The tape was released during Trump’s presidential campaign.

FLASHBACK VIDEO: CAN BILLY BUSH MAKE A COMEBACK?

NORTH KOREA FOR SURE, IT CAN HIT US BASES, JAPAN

North Korea said Monday that it is ready to mass production of a new medium-range missile that has the capability of reaching Japan and the large AMERICAN military bases after the last start it claimed confirmed that the rocket’s combat readiness. The north Korean Dictator Kim Jong-Un ordered and watched the start, according to the media. The report said that the test checked on the technical aspects of the weapon system and examined its “adaptability under various battle conditions” before being deployed to military units.

KEANE: IS CHINDA REALLY HELP OF THE NORTH KOREA PROBLEM?

NORTH KOREA LAUNCHES ANOTHER MID-RANGE BALLISTIC MISSILE, OFFICIALS SAY

COMING UP ON FNC

5:00 pm ET: President Trump arrives in Tel Aviv for the second part of his foreign tour.

8:25 pm ET: Trump is expected that a visit to the Western Wall in Jerusalem.

12:25 pm ET: Trump and the Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to deliver remarks in Jerusalem.

COMING UP ON FBN

8:00 pm ET: Walid Phares will appear on ” mornings with Mary.”

8:30 pm ET: Randy Garutti, Shake Shack CEO, appears on ” mornings with Mary.”

12:00 pm ET: David Stockman, former Reagan budget director, appears on “Cavuto: from coast to coast.”

3:00 p.m. ET: Ehud Barak, the former Israeli prime minister, is shown on the “Closing Bell.”

FBN COVERAGE

REPORT: FORD TO REPLACE CEO IN A PRESS TO TRANSFORM BUSINESS

Ford is replacing its CEO amid questions about the current performance and future strategy. FOXBusiness.com all the details and the auto-industry response.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular