Monday, June 26, 2017
The Jerusalem Post reported last week that the White House did not have plans to appoint someone to serve in the position.
The language of the Trump administration statement appeared to defer to the Israeli prime minister's preference to go slow in advancing peace.
“The president has been clear all along – his position on this has not changed," a State Department spokesman said in response to a reporter's inquiry.
The president's senior adviser is in Israel to lead the Trump administration's push for restarted peace talks.
Women who support Jon Ossoff say they have found community in a Georgia district they did not believe was friendly to liberals.
The move signals a push to restart peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
A bill that would slash assistance because of P.A. payments to terrorists needs the Democrats to prevent a filibuster that would kill it.
The measure comes in response to Iran's ballistic missile program, support for terrorism and human rights breaches.
In February, Israel permanently downgraded its diplomatic ties with New Zealand after it co-sponsored an anti-settlement resolution passed by the U.N. Security Council two months earlier.
Israel's penetration of a Syrian terrorist cell was one of the few recent successes in the cyber war against terrorist groups.


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