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Trump complains to form Netanyahu for the failure of Israel’s government: ‘It is a pity’

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has failed, a coalition was formed and now have to be re-elected once again. President Trump said, it is enough unrest in Israel.

President Trump said on Thursday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was the inability to form a government, “too bad” because the middle East is “enough trouble.”

“It looked like a total victory for Netanyahu, who is a great guy, he is a great guy,” Trump said turf reporters at the White house Thursday morning, before they deliver to Colorado the beginning of the speech at the Air Force Academy.

“And now you [Israel] are back in the discussion of state and you’re back said at the choice stage,” Trump. “That’s a shame. Because you do not need this. I mean, you have over enough anxiety because it is a tough place to be.”

FILE – In this March 25, 2019 file photo, President Donald Trump Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, of the right, after the signing of a proclamation to the White house in Washington. smile to the Israeli Prime
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Netanyahu missed a midnight Wednesday deadline to form a coalition government of his conservative Likud party and the allies of religious and nationalist parties, after the negotiations fell apart over conscription exemptions for ultra-Orthodox Jewish men. In response, the 120-member Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, elected to solve drink tea until a new election for Sept. 17.

The dramatic political events have taken place in front of the Trump-son-in-law and the White house senior adviser Jared Kushner Jerusalem visited to promote the administration’s plan for peace in the Middle East, which could be the year of steam to lose than Israel in the direction of an unprecedented second election in a calendar.

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Netanyahu said on Thursday that Kushner an official of the State Department’s map, which was updated gifted to him, the introduction of the long-disputed Golan heights as part of Israel.

In an attempt to the political chaos and public attention focused on his foreign policy skills, in particular his close friendship with trump during a press conference in Jerusalem on Thursday, Netanyahu drew Kushner ‘ s map, on which the President scribbled was, “Beautiful.”

The White house overturned decades of official policy of the United States in March, if there is Israeli sovereignty over the area detected, which Israel annexed and conquered Syria in 1967 and later.

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The election in September means that there is now no guarantee that Netanyahu’s trump card-friendly government to remain in power past the summer and all the progress is with Kushner, the risk of revocation by a new Israeli administration.

On Monday, as Netanyahu a coalition is trying to cooperate, Trump tweeted that he hoped that the Israeli leader could form a government, in order to further strengthen the relations between the countries.

“Hope, everything will be with the Israeli coalition-building, and Bibi and I, the Alliance between America and Israel stronger than ever before. To do a lot more!” Trump wrote.

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The meeting between Netanyahu, Kushner and Jason Greenblatt, Trump was planned to be the envoy for the international negotiations, in advance of a meeting planned in Bahrain for the next month, which is designed to highlight the economic benefits of a possible Israeli-Palestinian peace Treaty. The Palestinians have been unseen by the officials cut off contact with the trump administration, rejected the peace plan and called for Arab States to boycott the Bahrain conference. In spite of the boycott push, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, have signaled the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, they want to participate.

Fox News’ Barnini Chakraborty and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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