Donald trump, a leading candidate for the US presidency from the Republican party, said during a campaign rally in Charleston, South Carolina: leading the White house, he will take a neutral position regarding the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
At the same time odious billionaire stressed that he considers the Palestinian aggression as a factor that makes this problem unsolvable, writes on 18 February, the website of the TV channel MSNBC.
Recall that this Saturday, February 20, in South Carolina held primary elections (Caucus meetings) of the Republican party on which state residents would have called his favorite.
In response to the question, it will lead to the signing of a peace agreement between Israelis and Palestinians, trump said he would try, though he believes the problem most difficult of existing.
The presidential candidate also stated that the main obstacle to achieving peace in the region – mutual hatred, stressing that most of the responsibility for the situation lies with the Palestinians who teach their children to hate Israelis, «the worst people in the world».
Trump refused, however, to call the culprit of the conflict, as it wants to look «neutral guy» and doesn’t want to alienate potential voters.
This week published the results of two nationwide polls of public opinion in which was revealed the ratio of voters to candidates on a post of the candidate in US presidents from Republican party.
A poll by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal showed that the ranking leader, the Senator from Texas Ted Cruz, gaining 28%. Second place went to billionaire Donald Trump – 26%. Then follows: the Senator from Florida Marco Rubio is 17%, Ohio Governor John following keysik – 11%, the famous former neurosurgeon Ben Carson at 10% and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush – 4%.
However, a survey by Reuters and Ipsos gave completely different results: trump – 40%, Cruz is only 17%. Next on the list: Rubio – 11%, Carson 10%, Bush 8%.
Other surveys also demonstrate, albeit not so obvious, advantage of trump.
Official candidate for the post of head of the White house from the Republicans will be named at the party Congress 18-21 July in Cleveland (Ohio), the candidate of the Democrats on this forum from 25 to 28 July in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania).