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In Historic Act, President Trump Meets Big Wall and Shows His Loyalty to Israel

President Donald Trump landed in Israel amid hopes for major change in the Middle East.

The president will meet with both Israeli and Palestinian leaders during the historic visit. the official visit is the first time in history a president has gone to Israel on their initial foreign trip.

During Trump’s visit, he stopped at the Western Wall, a very holy site, becoming the first sitting president to visit the religious monument. Bibi Netanyahu mentioned the honor in a joint press conference with President Trump on Monday:

“Mr. President, I appreciate the fact that you went to the Western Wall and you were the first acting president who’s done that. The people of Israel applaud you for it.”

The visit to the Wall was a point of contention between the U.S. and Israeli governments:

The Trump administration also widened the daylight between itself and the hard-right Israeli government while pivoting on the key issue of ownership of the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem. The Wall is a deeply holy site for the Jewish people and served as a marker for the first and second Temple Mount. The Wall is a popular place for prayer and reflection and is a regular stop for politicians and friends of Israel.

Trump will be visiting the Wall in his upcoming trip to Israel but does not intend to be accompanied by Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu. According to reports, Trump will visit the Wall alone because his team does not consider the Wall a part of Israel.

Netanyahu was absent from Trump’s visit Monday, a nod to the many controversies in the area; but according to the prime minister’s comments later in the day, the act was appreciated.

A historic first, for both the U.S. and Israel.