Trump allies visit Israel as former president offers few details on how he’d approach Gaza conflict

Published March 7, 2024
CNN — Allies of former President Donald Trumpheld meetings with top officials in Israel last week to discuss the current conflict in Gaza, according to three sources familiar with the trip.

The visit – led by Keith Kellogg, a leading national security adviser to the former president who also served in the Trump administration – comes as the presumptive Republican nominee has offered few specifics on how he would approach the war in Gaza, which has emerged in the US as a divisive political issue in a presidential election year. The group that visited Israel is set to deliver a trip report to interested parties, including the Trump campaign, in the coming week, the sources said.

It’s unclear who in Trump’s orbit was aware of the visit beforehand, but one Trump adviser told CNN the campaign learned about the trip after the fact. The visit included meetings with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s minister of strategic affairs, Ron Dermer, and Knesset Speaker Amir Ohana, the sources said.



RELATED: Hungary’s Orbán to meet with Trump, not Biden, on visit to US courting foreign policy

Trump, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to meet at Mar-a-Lago

Published March 7, 2024

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is expected to visit former President Donald Trump at his Florida home of Mar-a-Lago on Friday but is not scheduled to meet with President Biden or visit the White House during his trip courting potential foreign policy in the U.S.

The visit was first reported last week by The New York Times.

Orbán’s trip to the U.S. comes without an invitation from the White House, according to The Guardian. The Hungarian prime minister is expected to speak at a panel with the leader of the conservative think tank the Heritage Foundation on Thursday before heading to Trump’s West Palm Beach estate.

Orbán, who has been in office since 2010, has promoted what he calls “illiberal democracy” and has been criticized by international observers, including the U.S. State Department, for leading an increasingly autocratic system in Hungary, including allegations that he has rolled back minority rights, seized control of the judiciary and media and manipulated the country’s election system to remain in power, according to The Associated Press.


A Trump campaign spokesman responded to criticism about Orbán’s visit in a statement to Fox News Digital on Thursday.

“There’s only one candidate in the race who has been endorsed by Vladimir Putin– Crooked Joe Biden. That’s because he knows a Biden presidency will make America weak and jeopardize our standing on the world stage,” the spokesman said.




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