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Trump to host Palestinian president Abbas on May 3: WH

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US President Donald Trump will host Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas at the May 3 for talks on efforts to revive the Middle East peace process, the said today.

"They will use the visit to reaffirm the commitment of both the United States and Palestinian leadership to pursuing and ultimately concluding a conflict-ending settlement between the Palestinians and Israel," press secretary Sean Spicer said.

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Trump to host Palestinian president Abbas on May 3: WH

US President Donald Trump will host Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas at the White House May 3 for talks on efforts to revive the Middle East peace process, the White House said today. "They will use the visit to reaffirm the commitment of both the United States and Palestinian leadership to pursuing and ultimately concluding a conflict-ending settlement between the Palestinians and Israel," White House press secretary Sean Spicer said. US President Donald Trump will host Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas at the May 3 for talks on efforts to revive the Middle East peace process, the said today.

"They will use the visit to reaffirm the commitment of both the United States and Palestinian leadership to pursuing and ultimately concluding a conflict-ending settlement between the Palestinians and Israel," press secretary Sean Spicer said.

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Trump to host Palestinian president Abbas on May 3: WH

US President Donald Trump will host Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas at the May 3 for talks on efforts to revive the Middle East peace process, the said today.

"They will use the visit to reaffirm the commitment of both the United States and Palestinian leadership to pursuing and ultimately concluding a conflict-ending settlement between the Palestinians and Israel," press secretary Sean Spicer said.

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