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President Trump Asked Alan Dershowitz to Tell Netanyahu ‘Time Is Ripe’ for Middle East Peace

The U.S. president told Alan Dershowitz, a friend of the Israel, that he ‘loves Israel and likes Netanyahu’ and ‘the time is ripe for a deal.’

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Harvard Law School professor attorney Alan Dershowitz says President Donald Trump believes “the time is ripe” for peace in the Middle East.

Trump reportedly then asked Dershowitz to communicate the message to Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s prime minister.

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So that’s what Dershowitz did.

 Haaretz reports that Dershowitz would not tell the paper about his conversation with Netanyahu, but he did report on his talk with Trump, which came after the supposedly unexpected sighting at Trump’s Florida club.

“The president told me he thinks Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas wants to get a deal with Israel and that he thinks that the time is ripe for a deal and that it is possible,” Dershowitz told Haaretz. He added that Trump said he “loves Israel and likes Netanyahu.”

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