Netanyahu to Trump: We protect the rights and freedom of all

May 22, 2017 20:22
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US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu help a joint press conference at the premier's residence in Jerusalem Monday.

The event marked the last of three public appearances the president made before the media since landing at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport earlier in the day.

Trump greeted Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, outside the Prime Minister's Residence before the president signed a guestbook located inside the buildings.

Netanyahu opened the conference with warm words for the president and his wife, and thanked him for visiting the Western Wall and other Jerusalem Holy Sites.

"We protect the Christians sites like no one else in this region, we are committed to all protecting all faiths and the rights of all," Netanyahu added.

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