The New York Times outlined a long interview with Trump on foreign policy, and said that within the same day he gave conflicting answers to the same question:

In the morning interview, asked if he would seek a two-state or a one-state solution in a peace accord between the Israelis and the Palestinians, he said: “I’m not saying anything. What I’m going to do is, you know, I specifically don’t want to address the issue because I would love to see if a deal could be made.”

But in the evening, saying he had been rushed earlier, he went back to a position outlined Monday to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the pro-Israel group. “Basically, I support a two-state solution on Israel,” he said. “But the Palestinian Authority has to recognize Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state.”

This isn’t surprising to anyone who’s paid attention as he has flip flopped constantly on different issues throughout his campaign. And he’ll probably do it again tomorrow…

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