President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Reception and First Remarks in Israel…

President Trump and First Lady Melania arrive in Tel Aviv, Israel and participate in the Airport Welcome Ceremony.  Greeted by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin – Ben Gurion International Airport:

President Trump First Speech in Israel:

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60 Responses to President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Reception and First Remarks in Israel…

  1. sunnydaze says:

    When the Trump’s really get along with someone, you can just *feel* the positive energy between the 2 parties. (Nigel Farage, El-Sisi, Mrs. Trump and KIDS, especially, etc etc).

    I really appreciate that. It’s like “proof” you can feel.

    Liked by 20 people

    • jwingermany says:

      Notice which names are missing from the ones you’ve mentioned.

      Well, there is one name that you can add to that list that comes from home…it’s a name of a group that loves the President.

      The Deplorables

      Liked by 2 people

  2. This is just EPIC! Starting at about 02:02 mark, the embrace and exchange between Bibi and President Trump is enough to trigger the demtards to go full “splodey head” LOL!

    Carry on Mr. President! Carry on, indeed!

    Liked by 9 people

  3. Midwest Mom says:

    Obvious that Netanyahu is glad to see President Trump.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Kelly says:

    Once again, PDJT is blazing trails and making history. First seated American President to visit the wall. Couldn’t be more proud of him! And watching Bebe and his wife greet POTUS and FLOTUS was like watching old friends reunite. President Donald J. Trump is a force of nature. Funny, it seems that every single world leader loves him (save for Iran), and that must drive our leftist press frothing mad.

    Liked by 12 people

  5. Sandy says:

    Total Class!

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Rosech says:

    Love the President of Israel and his wife as they look so much like my overweight Jewish family members. Good eating of gooood food! Again, our President and First Lady received with honor and esteem. God has blessed America by answering our many, many prayers to save our country.

    Liked by 8 people

  7. pacnwbel says:

    Trump as he really is, unfettered and untramelled by the ubiquitous gottcha gutter presstitutes of this country

    Liked by 6 people

  8. wtd says:

    Comment on just the image posted for this link – notice Melania is wearing pristine white in Israel as opposed to the black in Saudi Arabia?

    Liked by 2 people

    • georgiafl says:

      Melania tends to send a message with her clothing choices and designs.

      Remember the ‘Pussy Bow’ outfit?

      Her inaugural gown resembled a document tied in red twine – signifying the US Constitution and/or President Trump’s Contract with the American Voter.

      She is a strong minded woman and a deep thinker with firm convictions.

      Liked by 6 people

    • And showed her legs too)))


    • KBR says:

      It is tradition in Saudi Arabia for the men to wear white and for the women to wear a black lightweight over-garment (abaya) when in public. It is said that black is less likely to reveal the woman’s form when the bright desert sun shines through the cloth.

      IMO, Melania probably wore the long black garment she chose to be respectful of their customs without taking on the full custom of donning an abaya.

      Respect without submission for her entry into their kingdom= Good diplomacy.

      I am sure the white outfit does reflect more sun/heat and is therefore more comfortable.

      We might be remiss to assign other motives of the black and white outfits, right?

      Other than to note the custom of women wearing black in Saudi Arabia, and to speculate that Melania wore her black outfit out of respect, I will leave rumor and speculations to MSM.

      Liked by 5 people

  9. amwick says:

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  10. marie Rotunno says:

    Carry on mr president proud of you!

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Dora says:

    I hope they’re hungry. 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Summer says:

    That was a very warm welcome. They all look relaxed and happy together.

    I am not well-familiar with conservative Jewish customs: why is Ivanka wearing black, with that little hat on her head? Wearing black in the blazing heat can’t be just a fashion statement.

    Liked by 1 person

    • free2313 says:

      I see thinking mind picked up the same fashion faux? Maybe….


    • KBR says:

      I found this that may provide an answer, keeping in mind that Ivanka is Jewish.
      It is a what-to-pack article for travel to Israel…


      • Summer says:

        Thank you, KBR. I did not realize that married Jewish Orthodox women were required to wear hats or head scarves in public and worship separately from men. That explains Ivanka’s outfit.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Jimmy Jack says:

          In some sects, the Hasids I think, women actually cover their hair with a wig, sometimes shaving their heads and wearing a wig. I saw it all the time growing up in NYC.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Wend says:

      Ivanka converted to Orthodox Judaism when she married Jared. In that doctrine, women cover the hair (usually with a wig, but I guess a hat or scarf is OK) arms and legs when in a holy place or sometimes anywhere in public. Ivanka’s outfits in both SA and Israel show respect for the religions of the countries and in Israel of course she is now in her second home as it is for all observant Jews.

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  13. tax2much says:

    Wait, the next scandal has already erupted.


    Liked by 3 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I just watched it twice. She did either slap his hand away or had the most awkward arm swing ever.

      Hm. Not sure what to think of it.

      Maybe it’s a security issue they’ve alternately forgotten about – this came up once w him before.

      I’d like to know if there’s any truth to her struggling with and resenting being flotus or simply harboring some misdirected anger at how horribly she’s been treated by the media and lefty loons. I could understand resenting having my child exposed to that along w myself. It has to be frightening and frustrating at times.


  14. JC says:

    President Trump and First Lady Melania continue to make stunning history one minute at a time. How beautiful the sight of our President and First Lady in Israel, warmly greeting the Netanyahus.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. R-C says:

    Having watched this entire welcoming ceremony, I’d like to share a few thoughts:

    First, it struck me that every single day, President Trump schools his predecessor on “How to BE President”.

    Second, when looking at a shot of President Trump and PM Netanyahu, it struck me that those two men, in concert with a few others (al Sisi, Abdullah of Jordan, etc), are going to change the world as we know it. Yesterday’s activity in Saudi Arabia signals a new chapter.

    Lastly, President al-Sisi has it right: Donald Trump can indeed do the impossible, and he will. One of Trump’s sons said, “With dad, ‘impossible’ is just a starting point”. It’s happening, folks–whether the vast ‘never Trump’ cabal likes it, or not. And it’s up to US to guard our President’s flanks; to have his back.


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    • JC says:

      Well-said, R-C. “How to BE President”, indeed. Nothing will ever be the same.

      Liked by 2 people

      • R-C says:

        Of course, President Trump’s vast leadership experience puts him leagues ahead of many of his predecessors–but especially that slope-shouldered, mommy-jeans-wearing, ‘lead from behind’, walking EMBARRASSMENT who just cleared out of our White House in January.

        Indeed, “nothing will be the same”. President Trump is re-writing the rule book on his job as he re-frames the dialogue, and re-shapes the world.

        It’s happening. We’re witness to it.

        And I proudly, proudly stand with TRUMP!

        Liked by 4 people

        • JC says:

          Hahaha, R-C. Descriptives spot-on.

          “It’s happening”! I still haven’t fully recovered from election night, and my hair’s blown straight back from the speed at which everything is changing. We are blessed.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Wend says:

      As I said on another thread, Saudi Arabia was magnificent and fairy-tale, hopefully a real World Historic event. This is family-haimische (homey) as they say in Yiddish.


  16. jsbachlover says:

    Interesting to crank up the sound on that arrival clip. Fascinating bit of personal conversation overheard there.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. jwingermany says:

    “Welcome our good friend.” Bibi

    You can literally feel the sincerity.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Miss America says:

    What’s with all the nonsense that on the red carpet, POTUS reached back to hold Melania’s hand and she “slapped his hand away”?

    To me it looked like she was giving him a “low five”.

    I just can’t envision Melania being rude to POTUS while the eyes of the world are upon them.

    Liked by 2 people

    • mcclainra says:

      I don’t think it was any big deal, although the Left may make it so, as a sign they will soon divorce!! 🤣 One would have to be a total moron not to see how very close they are. They are both an over the top class act!

      Liked by 1 person

    • dbethd says:

      It looks to me like he had taken his hand away just as she reached for it. So it was more of a grab for something not there or grab for something that was moving away.


      • bigsy says:

        She had wandered off the red carpet and the President reached out to signal her to come back in as they got near the cars.

        Her tap was more of a signal that she was back where she was supposed to be.

        Mountains out of molehills from the media again.

        Liked by 1 person

        • bigsy says:

          I forgot to mention, there is a longer clip where you can see how far off the carpet she had wandered. The whole thing is a nothingburger when you see the longer clip.

          The shorter clip is meant to be deceptive.


        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Interesting. I hadn’t seen that. Thanks. I thought it might be a security issue.


      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Yeah, it was done kind of awkward movement.


        • keebler AC says:

          My parents love each other dearly and my mother used to do that with my dad when she wanted to state her independence. It’s a note of familiarity, that’s all. I’d rather see that kind of honest stuff than the Obama and Michelle constant hand holding, kissy wissy show for the cameras. Same with Macron and his elder wife…in the political arena they don’t let go of each other’s hands as if they’re on a personal romantic date or scared of where they are walking.


  19. mcclainra says:

    As a professional flutist, I can only say how fabulous was the Israeli band!! To be expected with all of the great musicians who have come from, and live in, Israel. Hearing the Israelis, all of them, SING their national anthem was also very moving. I wish we would see more of that from Americans, although ours is NOT an easy one to sing! Loved seeing POTUS and Rivlin review the troops too. Goosebumps, many times. Our POTUS and FLOTUS are the best, and what a welcome change. Just too bad the eyes of the Left and all the Trump haters are blind to what a gift we have.

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  20. Disgusted says:

    This was a wonderful, respectful, friendly reception,YES, but NOTHING will EVER top the fantastic reception he received in Saudi Arabia! It was so so wonderful in it’s spectacular over-the-top way! We needed them to do that, and the whole world will never get over it!


    • keebler AC says:

      Me too, I’m okay with the different relationships but the Saudi reception and parties were magnificent to behold. It was extra special to watch, and the way the elder King absolutely adored, looked at, and treated Trump and Melania was endearing beyond words. The King knew he had found his long awaited diamond leader who would help him advance his people.


  21. TwoLaine says:

    Does anyone else get the idea that this trip they are all trolling ILLary and her most recent worst campaign ever?

    Saudi Arabia = Together We Prevail
    Israel = Ever Stronger



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