“To support Israel’s security, just last week — and this has been going on for 58 years ― I recognized fully Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights,” he said. “Fifty-eight years, they have been talking. They’ve had committees, they’ve had meetings ― they’ve had 32 different meetings, and it’s talk and they never do it. So we did it.”
Then he shifted to a new dream for Israel, in which he is the leader, most likely replacing the current prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
“And I will tell you what. I don’t know about the United States, I think we’re doing well, but I can run for the prime minister of Israel,” he said. “That’s what they tell me. I think I am at 98 percent in Israel. You’d better be careful, I’ll leave here and go run in Israel.”