President Trump In Israel: An Awkward Selfie And Bonding Over Media Gripes

President Trump In Israel: An Awkward Selfie And Bonding Over Media Gripes

JERUSALEM: Warm words were spoken publicly by Israeli officials during the arrival of President Donald Trump on Monday. Then things got a bit of stage at the airport near Tel Aviv.
A member of the Israeli parliament Oren insisting called Hazan, Trump retired and began taking an auto photo on the receiving line.
Trump kept a stony face. It might be even softer if he knew the reach of Hazan’s infamous reputation.
Israel’s Channel 2 had issued an investigation report alleging that Hazan ran a casino in Bulgaria, where drug samples were taken from the guests and obtained prostitutes for them. Hazan has denied the charges and sued for defamation. He is a Likud party member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu but was avoided.
“It’s interesting,” said the Israeli Times in its report, “Hazan was not even supposed to be in the front row of dignitaries.”
As Hazan pulled out his phone, Netanyahu stepped into the situation and tried to pull Hazan’s arm.
But Hazan managed to get his money back anyway – and remove the prime minister’s arm.
Netanyahu and his wife Sara Netanyahu also had a stage moment captured by journalists and the official government press office.
Netanyahu spoke with First Lady Trump and Melania Trump. The couples exchanged mutual compliments and fandoms, then …
Sara Netanyahu tip Melania Trump: “I speak all the places of your kindness, the amount that is very well.”
The prime minister inserts: “I can attest to it.”
Sara Netanyahu continues: “Because of most people in Israel, unlike the media, they love us.”
Her husband is not very popular, and more in public opinion polls. On the other hand, Israel maintains a parliamentary system and Netanyahu’s Likud party has won the last elections in 2015 but had other political factions to form a government.
Sara Netanyahu continued: “So tell them how great you are and what you like.”
The president asks: “So, we have something very common.”
The Prime Minister: “It looks familiar.”
Then Sara Netanyahu closes with: “Very common, we will talk at dinner a lot in common, the same media Anyway, let’s talk …”

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