Only 56 percent of Jewish Israelis view Trump as pro-Israel, down from 79 percent in January.
Miri Regev's dress emblazoned with the contested city's skyline turned heads at festival's opening, leading to viral mock-ups.
As he heads to Jerusalem, Trump endangers a Mossad agent and dashes hopes of peace.
Although the Israeli government tells Newsweek that Trump's visit to Israel next week is going ahead as planned, officials say the relationship between the two intelligence services is "in crisis."
Israel was reportedly worried that top secret information may pass to Russia, then Iran.
The Secretary of State said he has to earn the president's confidence "every day."
Both Trump and Netanyahu are already under a cloud of investigations and suspicion.
Police found the boy in a dilapidated apartment after neighbors complained about the stench.
Trump is to visit the region to meet with both leaders later this month on his first foreign tour.
The Turkish leader earlier urged more Muslims to visit the city to support the Palestinians' claim to contested site.
The Israeli leader says Hamas has not changed its stance after attempt to soften image.
The president hosted the Palestinian leader at the White House on Wednesday.
The Israelis will not allow Shiite militia to get weapons they could use against Tel Aviv.
Netanyahu claimed that if the Allies had attacked the death camps, they could have saved 4 million Jews.
Spicer misspoke, but perhaps because Trump is not too troubled by the Holocaust.
Trump will open the floodgates that are holding back greater chaos across the Middle East.
The deaths come after the assassination of one of the group's top militants last month.
If Trump does nothing, Israel should punish the Syrian tyrant.
Greenblatt, an Orthodox Jew, turns out to be the consummate negotiator.
Israeli authorities judged he had played a minimal role in the attack that killed two soldiers.
Israel announced its first settlement for 20 years on Thursday.
Palestinians say the move "sabotages" President Trump's early peace moves.
Officials say the money will be given to "countries which support Israel in international organizations."
Addressing a lobby group, Nikki Haley says U.N. bill condemning settlements was "kick in the gut."
Trump had appeared to put the proposal, sensitive in the Arab world, on the back burner.
Negotiations should not be one-sided concessions from Israel.