President Donald Trump says he may travel to Israel for the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem expected in May.  The president told reporters his staff is looking at the possibility during a bilateral meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Oval Office Monday.The two men praised the close relationship between their two countries. Prime Minister Netanyahu says it’s “never

been stronger.” It’s his first visit to Washington since President Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and started making plans to move the U.S. Embassy there. In his remarks, Netanyahu mentioned the great leaders through history who have had a profound influence on the Jewish people and the state of Israel, including King Cyrus, who liberated the Jews and issued an edict for the rebuilding of the Jewish temple in Jerusalem. CONTINUE