Los Angeles Times

Uncertain prospects for Mideast peace plan

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's two top Middle East advisers have quietly crisscrossed the region all week, stopping in five countries in an effort to drum up support for their still-secret proposal to help resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Details of the plan that Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, and Jason Greenblatt, the special envoy for the Mideast, are shopping around have not been publicly disclosed except for broad outlines. It is likely to focus on what are called interim issues, such as security and the economy, and not on "aspirational" issues like Palestinian statehood.

It's unclear what

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