President Donald Trump made it clear to Palestine on Thursday that he will withhold every cent the U.S. sends them if the terrorist-supporting regime doesn’t engage in fair peace talks with Israel.
During his trip to Davos in Switzerland, Trump met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and assured that the U.S. Embassy will be moved to Jerusalem regardless of what happens with the peace deal.
When asked about Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas’s sick remarks about Trump and his family, the president said the regime better be careful before he cuts off all U.S. resources.
“Uh, No I didn’t really read his remarks personally. I think I’m probably better off not seeing them,” Trump said. “But know what, it’s many years of killing people, it’s many years of killing each other. They have to be tired and disgusted of it.”
Trump added: “We give them tremendous amounts, hundreds of millions of dollars a year that money is on the table because why should we do that as a country if they’re doing nothing for us and what we want to do for them has helped them. We want to create peace and save lives and we’ll see what happens.”
Trump’s bold decision to cut-off all U.S. aid to the terrorist-supporting Palestinians is a big deal, and it puts other nations and regimes on notice that his administration will no longer give money to nations who disrespect us.
Rather than appease and cower to violent Islamists like Obama did for years, Trump has made it unequivocally clear that he will defeat these terrorists and cut off all funding to nations who don’t support and work with the U.S.
Palestine is officially on notice, and Trump isn’t bluffing.
Source: The Gateway Pundit