Trump advisor Greenblatt denies accuracy of peace plan reports

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January 17, 2019 01:03
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Jason Greenblatt, senior advisor to US President Donald Trump, rejected the Channel 13 report from Wednesday night, which claimed to release details of Trump's peace plan for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

"While I respect Barak Ravid, his report on Israel’s Ch. 13 is not accurate. Speculation about the content of the plan is not helpful," Greenblatt wrote on Twitter, adding that very few people know the content of the plan.

Greenblatt wrote that peddling false narratives to the media was irresponsible and harmful to the process and that  "Israelis & Palestinians deserve better."

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