WASHINGTON – Jared Kushner, senior adivser to US President Donald Trump, and Avi Berkowitz, special representative for international negotiations, postponed their trip to Israel, and will not arrive as previously scheduled, The Jerusalem Post has confirmed.Israel Hayom first reported that the US peace team will not travel to Israel. Instead, the team returned to Washington on Air Force 1 together with Trump just hours before they were set to land in Tel Aviv. Trump administration official told the Post that the team decided to skip the trip "after their flight was delayed due to weather conditions."It was not immediately clear if the peace team is going to reschedule the trip, which was supposed to be a crucial step before making the decision whether to roll out the peace plan before Israel's elections in March.The team was supposed to meet in Israel with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Blue and White leader Benny Gantz, as well as other potential meetings with leaders attending the World Holocaust Forum.Now, the peace plan is yet again thrown into limbo. In the last few days, Kushner and Berkowitz held meetings with Middle East officials to discuss a possible release of the document. Berkowitz also met with other Arab officials in London. It seemed like the most serious push by the peace team to roll out the plan.Kushner's team did not provide further information about their plans regarding a possible visit to Israel and regarding the time frame to decide on the plan's release.