- White House Denies Reports Peace Plan to be Unveiled at Camp David Summit
Jared Kushner is expected to hand out invitations to the Camp David talks personally
The White House on Wednesday denied Israeli media reports claiming the Trump administration is planning to unveil its Mideast peace proposal during a conference with Arab leaders at Camp David.
Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth reported Wednesday that the Trump administration was planning to personally deliver invitations to the summit by White House senior adviser Jared Kushner when he travels to the Middle East to lobby support for the initiative.
Kushner, along with a team of White House officials, is expected to visit six countries during his tour of the region, including Israel. “No summit has currently been planned,” White House officials told i24NEWS, denying the reports.
“The Middle East team will report back to POTUS, VP, the Secretary of State, and NSA upon returning to discuss the many potential next steps to expand upon the success of the Bahrain workshop,” the official added, referring to the administration’s summit unveiling the economic aspects of the controversial plan rejected by Palestinians.