President Donald Trump arrived in Israel today, the second stop on his nine day trip. The President held meetings with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and separately, with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
President Trump has said in the past that finding a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict "isn’t as difficult as people think," but White House aides have tried to downplay expectations.
Benjamin Weinthal, European Affairs Correspondent at the Jerusalem Post joined Dana Loesch today on "Dana" and remarked how Trump is handling Israel and the Middle East in general quite differently from former President Barack Obama's administration.
He felt Israelis are heaving "a collective sigh of relief" due to the cordial relations between Trump and Netanyahu. His speech in Saudi Arabia Saturday addressing terrorism would also be of comfort to our ally Israel.