The president said it is every person's duty "to remember to mourn, to grieve, and to honor" each life lost in the Holocaust.
The secretary of state said the second leg of Trump's first international trip was to "Tel Aviv, home of Judaism," though the president is not scheduled to visit Tel Aviv, confining his 28-hour visit to Jerusalem.
No one had reported the president mentioned Israel at a meeting in which he is alleged to have shared highly classified information.
Making the first visit to the wall by a sitting American president, Trump came with his wife, Melania, daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner.
The Jerusalem Post survey found that 56 percent said they considered his administration more pro-Israel than pro-Palestinian, down from 79 percent in January when the president first took office.
According to a government report, the population of the Jewish state will double in 40 years — and the haredi community will triple in size.
The president reportedly said he has yet to decide about the final makeup of the planned visit, which has caused friction between his aides and Israeli officials.
The unnamed official was quoted as saying "we’re not looking to provoke anyone when everyone’s playing really nice.”
France must win back Israel's trust, write the director and deputy director of the American Jewish Committee's Europe office.
An Israeli official reportedly said that the Jewish state was "convinced that this statement contradicts President Trump's policy."