A regional alliance against Iran is also possible, she said, but it requires progress in negotiations with the Palestinians, and 'anyone who is selling anything else is selling fake news.'
Middle East peace
At the moment of truth, he preferred the political comfort of curling up with his right-wing base to taking a political chance for the benefit of Israel’s future.
In return, the premier wanted U.S. okay for building within the blocs, as part of a five-point plan he presented at the 2016 meeting for launching a regional peace initiative with Palestinians and Sunni states.
Exclusive Kerry Offered Netanyahu Regional Peace Plan in Secret 2016 Summit With al-Sissi, King Abdullah
Kerry's outline included Arab recognition of Israel as a Jewish state. Netanyahu claimed he couldn't get his coalition to back it.
Following Haaretz Exposé, Netanyahu Says He Initiated Secret Summit With Kerry, Sissi and King Abdullah
Political figures respond to news of last year's secret summit: 'There's no vision and no national responsibility. Netanyahu is leading us to a binational-state disaster.'
'So I’m looking at two-state and one-state, and I like the one that both parties like,' Trump said, but finding a deal both sides like is exactly the problem.
'Palestinian Flag Has Been Taken Off the Flagpole': Right-wing Israeli Politicians Hail Trump-Netanyahu Meet
After Netanyahu-Trump press conference, lawmakers from Bennett's Habayit Hayehudi party and Netanyahu's Likud celebrate end of two-state solution. Left-wing MKs, meanwhile, focus on moving forward with peace process.
5 questions to make sense of the Trump-Netanyahu press conference.
Ahead of Trump-Netanyahu meet, Saeb Erkat lashes out over White House officials' comments that Trump wants peace but is not insistent on two states.
Approach would include greater involvement by Arab states to foster a new peace process between Israel and the Palestinians, according to New York Times report.