Trump Envoy Greenblatt to Resign After Upcoming Release of Israeli-Palestinian Peace Plan
September 5, 2019
Jason Greenblatt, President Donald Trump’s special representative for international negotiations, plans to resign once the long-delayed US peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians that he has been working on is released, officials said on Thursday. Greenblatt, who had intended to stay only two years when he began working at the White House in early 2017, is eager to return to his wife and six children who stayed behind at their home in New Jersey, the officials said…Greenblatt will hand over much of his Middle East responsibilities to Kushner aide Avi Berkowitz. READ MORE
JERUSALEM POST PA: Greenblatt resignation is Trump’s “opportunity to rethink” peace plan Monir al-Jaghoub, spokesman for the Fatah movement of PA President Mahmoud Abbas, told The Media Line the resignation was proof that the Trump Administration’s approach to solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict had failed.