According to the New York Post, President-elect Donald Trump’s advisers are looking to initiate a historic first. They would like Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to attend Trump’s presidential inauguration on January 20.
A source close to the transition team revealed that the advisers are additionally discussing the possibility of the two leaders arranging a meeting prior to the event.
If Netanyahu accepts the invitation, he would be the first sitting Israeli prime minister to attend a presidential inauguration.
The source commented that there is indeed a plan for Trump and Netanyahu to meet. They are continually holding conversations, and Netanyahu is discussing the possibility of attending.
However, sources close to Netanyahu are painting a different picture. On Sunday, they claimed that the Israeli prime minister had no plans of attending.
We will see what the outcome is as January 20 draws closer.
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