Donald Trump says he'll "do whatever is necessary" to reach a Mideast peace agreement, while Mahmoud Abbas says he's hopeful. .
WE WILL GET THIS DONE! President of the United States Donald Trump addressed the world on everlasting conflict in the Middle East, between Israel and Palestinians. He says that he is committed to be a part of the possible negotiations but that US will not interfere directly, and that any agreement can't be imposed by any other nation, United States included. Palestinians and Israel must work together to reach agreement that will allow both sides to live free and in peace. Trumps said that he will be glad to mediate and arbitrate if that is necessary and if that is what both sides want.
President of the State of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas was present at the press conference and he said that he is hopeful about the vision of the two states, a Palestinian state with its capital of East Jerusalem that lives in peace and stability with the state of Israel, based on the borders of 1967.