Trump Wants to Achieve 'Lasting Peach' Between Israelis and Palestinians. Wait, What?

A fruity typo is the latest embarrassing incident in a string of cringe-worthy situations that have plagued Trump's visit to Israel thus far

U.S. President Donald Trump offers 'lasting peach' to Israel and the Palestinians
AP / Haaretz

One of U.S. President Donald Trump's goals during his visit to Israel is to "promote the possibility of lasting peach" – at least, according to the White House's press statement.

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The White House statement.

The fruity typo is the latest embarrassing incident in a string of cringe-worthy situations that have plagued Trump's visit to Israel thus far.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and wife Sara host U.S. President Donald Trump and wife Melania at their residence in Jerusalem, May 22, 2017.
Benjamin Netanyahu/Twitter, Haaretz

Upon Trump's arrival in Tel Aviv, lawmaker Oren Hazan (Likud) attempted to take a selfie with the leader of the Free World. Shortly after, a video emerged of First Lady Melania Trump slapping her husband's hand after he attempted to hold hers. 

Luckily, Trump did not repeat the White House statement's blunder in his joint speech with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday evening. "I've heard it's one of the toughest deals of all," Trump said in a fruit-free reference to a possible Israeli-Palestinian agreement, adding: "We want Israel to have peace."