President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara on Monday — and they came to realize they have a lot in common.
A local Israeli television network, Channel 2, picked up on a private conversation between the two first ladies on the tarmac of Ben Gurion airport in Tel Aviv.
And it appears Melania may have a newfound friendship in Sara.
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“You know in Israel all the people like us, the media hate us but the people love us — like you,” Sara was heard telling Melania, according to The Hill.
“We have a lot in common,” Melania responded, as they agreed to continue their conversation on similarities at dinner later that night.
Trump and Netanyahu have both had tense relationships with the media throughout their careers, and both have said they’ve been subjected to liberal “witch hunts.”
Trump repeatedly condemns the unfair American media, particularly labeling CNN as “very fake news” — a term Netanyahu also used to describe the left-leaning network in early May.
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After CNN, Al Jazeera, and The Guardian reported that Hamas had accepted the Palestinian state along the 1967 lines, Netanyahu called their reporting, “a complete distortion of the truth,’ according to The Horn News.
Both leaders use social media to speak directly with their constituents, with Netanyahu taking to Twitter in January to blame analysts who “made a mountain out of a molehill” after agreeing with Trump over the Israeli border wall.
Netanyahu posted the following tweet and was destroyed by his country’s liberal media, who said it was insulting to Mexico.
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President Trump is right. I built a wall along Israel's southern border. It stopped all illegal immigration. Great success. Great idea ????????????????
— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) January 28, 2017
“Who was even referring to Mexico?” Netayahu said in self-defense.
“It doesn’t surprise me. The media is left-wing, mobilized on a Bolshevik hunt [against me], [dedicated to] brainwashing, and character assassination against me and my family,” he said, according to The Guardian.
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These comments echo many made by the U.S. President, with Trump referring to the press as “the enemy of the American people” in a tweet.
Both leaders and their wives recognize their unfair treatment in the media, and will likely continue to work as a strong team in fighting terror and revealing the truth.
— The Horn editorial team