(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) Donald Trump will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he heads to Israel at the end of the month, according to reports.
The Times of Israel and The Jerusalem Post both reported Wednesday that Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner, and Netanyahu will meet on Dec. 28.
"Prior to the end of the year, I will be traveling to Israel. I am very much looking forward to it," Trump tweeted Tuesday night, following an Associated Press report that he would also be meeting with Jordanian King Abdullah on the same trip. Trump said he would not be meeting with Abdullah, despite having "great respect" for the Jordanian leader.
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