Trump to Abbas: Halt incitement, payments to terrorists

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May 3, 2017 21:45
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A spokesperson for the Trump administration said Wednesday that the US president expressed concern over the policy of paying terrorists and their families a monthly income dolled out by the Palestinian Authority to organization's president, Mahmoud Abbas.

Sean Spicer added that Trump told his Palestinian counterpart, who arrived at the White House for the first time Wednesday afternoon, that the Palestinian Authority must also cease incitement broadcasted on Palestinian television.

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