Absent a two-state solution, Mahmoud Abbas said Palestinians would "demand full, equal rights for all inhabitants of historic Palestine."
President Trump took a hard line on Iran and ISIS and ignored the Palestinians, but kept Israel guessing on Syria.
Trump coupled Iran and North Korea as rogue regimes threatening stability worldwide.
The president didn't take questions during an event that had divided communal leaders.
They say the drastic changes sought by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could trigger a rush for the bomb by Tehran.
Beyond concerns about Syria, Ron Dermer lavished praise on trump administration policies, particularly its defense of Israel at the United Nations.
The president believed that Kushner had done nothing wrong and thus there was no reason for him to quit.
The two sides aren't as optimistic as the president.
The bipartisan call has speedily moved through procedural hurdles.
"Growing up with an Israeli mother, grandparents who survived the Holocaust, and great-grandparents who did not survive, issues related to the safety and security of the Jewish people are deeply personal to me," Daniel Biss said.