The Pope Urges Trump to Protect Peace and the Planet

The tour was part of President Trump's first official overseas trip since winning the White House, which began with visits in the Middle East, then Rome, where they met with Pope Francis at the Vatican Wednesday morning. "It is my desire that you become an olive tree to construct peace", Francis said, to which Trump replied: "We can use some peace". Pope Francis also gave Trump this year's "message of peace" with a personalized inscription he had written.

Donald Trump calls on Israelis, Palestinians to compromise for peace

After greeting Trump with a firm handshake, Hazan whipped out his phone and said: "I wish I could do a selfie with you". And they suggest they are ready to live with Israel , but teach their children to throw the Jews into the sea. During a press conference following the meeting with the United States president, the Palestinian leader urged Israel to comply with the "just and humane demands" of more than 1,000 Palestinian hunger strikers who have spent 37 days without eating in Israeli ...

Trump vows to continue efforts for peace deal b/w Palestinians, Israel

Trump vows to continue efforts for peace deal b/w Palestinians, Israel

To that end, Trump made clear he has a sweeping vision of what an Israeli-Palestinian peace accord could unlock: "I also firmly believe that if Israel and the Palestinians can make peace, it will begin a process of peace all throughout the Middle East, and that would be an incredible accomplishment".

Melania swats away Trump's hand once again

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Sara held hands and walked together with Trump and Melania. It is a "transactional deal" in which the Arab states would help Washington revive the peace process in exchange for a much tougher USA policy against Iran, he said .

'We Can Use Peace,' President Trump Says After Exchanging Gifts With Pope

After stepping out of the vehicle, Trump and First Lady Melania greeted Archbishop Georg Ganswein and other Vatican dignitaries before entering the Apostolic Palace. " Potica? " Francis asked Melania, in a reference to a calorie-laden cake that comes from her native Slovenia and is pronounced "potteezza". Pope Francis went immediately to begin the Wednesday general audience with thousands of pilgrims in St.