Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor, blasted Palestinian leadership to act "hysterically and stupid" after refusing to attend the Bahrain peace meeting.
Kushner, who leads the efforts of the Trump administration to find a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, made the comment on Wednesday during a conference call, Axios reported.
JARED KUSHNER SEGER SUCCESSFUL MONEY PEACE PLAN WILL BE "IRAN'S WORLD NIGHTMARE"
He said Palestinian officials also made a "strategic mistake" by not attending the Bahrain conference a week ago, attended of officials and business executives in the Arab world, where he revealed the economic part of the peace plan.
"The door is always open to Palestinian leadership … If they stop saying crazy things and engaging, they'll see there's an opportunity here," Kushner said. "We respect President Abbas and we believe he will bring peace, and we will allow him to try to do so."
"The door is always open to Palestinian leadership. … If they stop saying crazy things and engage, they will see there is an opportunity here."
The The proposed economic development plan aims to raise $ 50 billion for the Palestinian economy and offers "an ambitious, achievable vision and framework for a prosperous future for the Palestinian people and the region," Axios explained.
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The White House looked like dealing with a Marshall Plan for Palestinians and said it was an "opportunity for the century."
The $ 50 billion would be raised by $ 15 billion in grants, $ 25 billion in low-interest loans, and $ 11 billion in private capital.  The United States will consider making a major investment in financing with other countries, but everything depends on a good government mechanism. The hope is that the money cannot be eradicated by corrupt politicians or misappropriated and given to the families of terrorists – a tactic used openly by the Palestinians.
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Meanwhile, the political part of the peace plan, which is likely to be met with controversy, was allegedly pushed back, and it remains unclear when it will be precisely released.
Fox News & # 39; Ben Evansky has contributed to this report.