On Tuesday the adulation reached new heights when he not only met in public with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu but clearly enjoyed himself at the same time.
The meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi was the first public meeting of the two leaders, who discussed the efforts to advance the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians.
Mr El Sisi joined Mr Netanyahu and then U.S. secretary of state John Kerry for talks hosted by Jordan's King Abdullah in Aqaba in February last year, a former USA official confirmed to Agence France-Presse earlier this year. The two leaders discussed "ways to resume the peace process and establish a Palestinian state", the statement said, while ignoring the likely topic of recent developments in the Egypt-Hamas-Fatah triangle.
Trump is also to meet Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas later this week.
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He added, "The president desires a peaceful resolution of this confrontation with North Korea and we'll continue to pursue that, but it all begins when the Kim regime announces their willingness to abandon their nuclear and ballistic missiles program and not before". "We will do so with military power that is both effective and overwhelming".
Departing from his prepared remarks to the UN General Assembly, Sisi said he wanted to "tell the Palestinian people, it is important to unite ... to overcome the differences and to be ready to accept co-existence with the other, with Israelis, in safety and security".
Since al-Sisi's rise to power, there has been an improvement in Israeli-Egyptian relations, especially in terms of security.
On Sunday Egypt helped to broker a deal with the militant group Hamas to dissolve its administration in Gaza and seek Palestinian unity with the secular Fatah authorities in the West Bank.
The Brotherhood was designated a terrorist organisation after Sisi, the former army chief, led the military ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013.
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However, the Green Party has moved up from below the 5% threshold to 7.1% - and between them Labour and the Greens have 44.4%. NZ First had also dropped down to 4.9% - meaning it would need to keep Mr Peters's Northland seat to get back into Parliament.
Last month, the Trump administration cut almost $100 million in military and economic aid to Egypt, a key counterterrorism partner that has repeatedly run afoul of the US over its human rights record.
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he thought the latest effort to repeal and replace Obamacare had a "very good chance" of passing and said the U.S. Senate eventually would be forced to make a deal on the issue.
Egyptian state press said the NY meetings would further reconciliation.
It is believed, Trager added, that Netanyahu and Sisi had met twice previously, without cameras, and have also spoken numerous times by phone.
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