Netanyahu sends well wishes to Melania Trump after surgery

The Netanyahus and the Trumps appear to have a close friendship.

May 15, 2018 02:07
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Melania and Ivanka Trump at the Western Wall (credit: REUTERS)

Melania and Ivanka Trump at the Western Wall (credit: REUTERS)


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent well wishes to First Lady Melania Trump on Tuesday after the White House released a statement that she had undergone surgery for a kidney condition.

"Sara and I send @FLOTUS Melania Trump our warmest wishes for a full and speedy recovery," he wrote on Twitter.

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The Trumps and Netanyahus have met on multiple occasions. In March, Sara Netanyahu and Melania met in Washington during a state visit and discussed child welfare.

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