Trump to Netanyahu: Hold back on settlements "for a little bit"
President Trump addressed some of the biggest questions hanging over his administration's Middle East policy during a joint press conference with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu...
- Trump to Bibi: "I'd like to see you hold back on settlements a little bit."
- Trump's preferred peace plan: "I'm looking at one-state and two-state and I like the one that both parties like."
- Embassy to Jerusalem? "I'd like to see that happen...we're looking at that with great care and we'll see what happens."
That other stuff: Trump only took questions from friendly outlets, like the Christian Broadcasting Network and Townhall, and avoided reporters — like CNN's Jim Acosta — who shouted questions about his campaign's contact with Russia as he left the room. But he did briefly touch on Flynn, saying: "It was very very unfair what happened to him." More highlights below: