Trump 'Frustrated, Disappointed' With Zionist PM

WASHINGTON (Dispatches) – Anonymous sources in the White House have told an Israeli news website that U.S. President Donald Trump has become "frustrated” and "disappointed” with Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Zionist regime in general.
"Americans are discouraged and frustrated by Israeli politics and the current political crisis, which has prevented the White House from unveiling the political part of the deal of the century," they were cited as saying by Ynet News, referring to the Trump administration’s so-called peace plan for the Middle East.
They added that the president, who has claimed of having a plan to end conflict between the Zionist regime and Palestinians, has openly talked about feeling "very disappointed” with the Netanyahu.
"The president doesn’t like losers,” said a White House source, referencing his failure to secure a clear victory in the April 9 elections.
Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who was fired by Trump, said at an event at Harvard University two months ago that the Zionist prime minister "played” Trump by providing him with incorrect information.
"In dealing with Bibi, it's always useful to carry a healthy amount of skepticism in your discussions with him," Tillerson said. "It bothers me that an ally that's that close and important to us would do that to us.”
Since he took office, Trump has illegally recognized al-Quds as the so-called capital of the Zionist regime and acknowledged the regime’s sovereignty over Syria’s Golan Heights.