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Trump told the Jordanian king that the one-state solution could lead to Israeli PM with the name ‘Mohammed’: report

President Donald Trump, and Jordan’s king Abdullah II hold a press conference in the rose garden of the White house in Washington, Wednesday, may 5. April 2017.

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President Donald Trump said Jordan’s king Abdullah II in June, that the one-state solution between Israel and the Palestinian territories, an Israeli Prime Minister with the name “Mohammed”, a report says.

After a Axios report on Sunday, king Abdullah spoke on the subject of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with trump during his June 25 White house visit, say, Israel would lose its “Jewish character,” if there is a one-state solution to the conflict.

“Many young Palestinians do not want to said the two-state solution, but prefer to live together with the Israelis in a state with equal rights for all, King Abdullah. “The result will be that Israel loses its Jewish character.”

Trump agreed with the proposal, noting that it “makes sense” and added, somewhat jokingly, that “[in a one-state scenario,] the Prime Minister of Israel in a few years will be called Mohammed.”

The remarks, which were revealed by French diplomats to a briefing, the king of the French foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, Drian, during the diplomat’s trip to Jordan’s capital Amman at the beginning of this month.

The king, allegedly, Trump said that all the pending peace plan must first be shown to be in certain European and Arab countries and get their input, to ensure the deal is acceptable to all parties.

He also complained that this is not done, but was warned even before that, rush to the plan “, because there are too many difficulties at the moment.” The king said that, if the Trump-can administration all the parties to make a peace Treaty, no US administration ever.

The White house is reportedly working on a peace plan between the Israelis and the Palestinians, but the exact details of the plan remain secret. White House senior adviser Jared Kushner is a leader in the effort, and the deal is expected to be unveiled next year in the summer.

The Trump administration has to recognize the Palestinian leadership in may after the historic decision of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the Embassy in the city. Palestinians recognize Jerusalem as their capital as well.

Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.

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