Trump visit seen as long shot to revive Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking

By Matt Spetalnick and Jeffrey Heller | WASHINGTON/JERUSALEM

WASHINGTON/JERUSALEM Just four months after taking office, Donald Trump will make the earliest foray into Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking by any U.S. president next week. But with mounting obstacles at home and abroad, he faces long odds of succeeding where more experienced predecessors have failed. 

Even as last-minute changes are being made to Trump’s ambitious Middle East itinerary, the trip has been complicated by Israeli concerns about his sharing of sensitive intelligence with Russia that may have compromised an Israeli agent, and

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