Ron Kampeas

Jewish Telegraphic Agency

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Ron Kampeas is Washington Bureau Chief for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, an international wire service covering issues of relevance to the Jewish community.

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President Trump and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a White House news conference today before holding a private meeting.

Trump and Netanyahu discuss a two- and one-state solution

President Trump and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a White House news conference today before holding a private meeting.

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Liberal American Jewish groups are already working to prevent confirmation of  Donald Trump's choice of David Friedman  to be America's Ambassador to Israel.

Trump taps hard-liner for ambassador to Israel

Liberal American Jewish groups are already working to prevent confirmation of Donald Trump's choice of David Friedman to be America's Ambassador to Israel.

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In the chambers of Congress today, the  Prime Minister of Israel challenged the President of the United States .

Netanyahu Demands a "Better Deal"

In the chambers of Congress today, the Prime Minister of Israel challenged the President of the United States .

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