WORLD NEWS BUREAU - Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his visit on Wednesday to the White House was the first in years where he didn't feel treated like an adversary.
In an interview with the Jerusalem Post, the Prime Minister praised President Trump for his hospitality, contrasting it with his visits to the White House during the former administration.
When asked about the differences, Prime Minister Netanyahu replied,"Well, it was nice to not have to leave by the back door, for instance. In 2010, I think, they had me take out the garbage on my way out. The White House itself was a refreshing change as well - no smell of marijuana and cigarette smoke in the Oval Office, no crash of barbells hitting the floor above accompanied by loud rap music. We were even served real food on real plates. It's wonderful to be interacting with adults again."