U.S. President Donald Trump leaves a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem May 22, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Since the '70s such expressions have been heard from every U.S. president who promised justice for the Palestinians, a two-state solution, the right of return and compensation for those who choose not to go back.There are numerous U.N. resolutions approved by consecutive administrations that support these calls, and the U.S. leaders we've mentioned have promised all that and more, sponsoring face-to-face talks between the Palestinians and the Israelis, including Jimmy Carter at Camp David and Bill Clinton in the White House, and each time all the promises for peace and justice for Palestinians evaporated before the Israeli leaders' planes arrived in Israeli airspace.
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