Mr. Trump’s 2017 Middle East peace plan is back in the news. The president sent Mike Pence to Israel and Rome when the impeachment trial started. Mr. Pence visited the Pope, and then he went to Israel. Mr. Trump wants to help Ben Netanyahu avoid corruption charges and help him form a government. Mr. Trump believes his support could sway voters in Israel.
Mr. Trump invited Netanyahu and his rival Bernie Gantz to the White House next week when he unveils his 2017 Middle East peace plan that doesn’t include any participation from the Palestinians. The Palestinians rejected the Israel leaning peace plan last June when Jared Kushner went to the Middle East and met with Netanyahu.
Kushner wanted to debut the plan then, but the president sent warships to the Middle East before Jared could explain why the plan would work without Palestine agreeing to the contents of the plan. The Palestinians believe Trump and Netanyahu will develop the West Bank for commercial use.
Harry and Meghan are in Vancouver trying to stay out of the limelight until their exit from the Royal Family dies down. Meghan’s dad told the press his daughter made a huge mistake when she forced Harry to throw his family to the curb. Meghan never felt like a royal thanks to the British press and her mental state.
Justin Trudeau told the press Canada won’t pick up the security tab while the couple and baby Archie hangout in his Country. Canadian taxpayers don’t want to support the couple’s security needs. More than 90,000 Canadians signed a petition to force Trudeau to stand by his word and let the Brits pay for their security.
Trudeau also took a few Twitter jabs by buying five dozen doughnuts for a meeting. He paid $37 a dozen for the mounds of dough, but several Trudeau’s critics said he could save the taxpayers money if he shops for doughnuts at Tim Horton’s in Winnipeg. Horton sells doughnuts for $10 a dozen.
Prince Charles ran into Mike Pence in Israel during the Holocaust Remembrance event. Charles didn’t shake Pence’s hand as he walked by him. What Mike believes and what Charles stands for are like night and day, according to the British press.
Esquire Magazine called Lindsey Graham a world-class flip-flopper. Graham ‘s 1998 impeachment performance had a different storyline than the Trump storyline he protects with what Esquire calls hypocritical statements. In 1998, Lindsey claimed presidents need not commit a crime to feel the political sting of impeachment. He said the opposite during a press interview during the Trump trial.