President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump defends Stephanopolous interview Trump defends Stephanopolous interview Buttigieg on offer of foreign intel: 'Just call the FBI' MORE 's special envoy Jason Greenblatt said Sunday at the Jerusalem Post's Annual Conference that the administration may delay the release of its Middle East peace plan until November
He said the political component to the plan for peace could be postponded until a new Israeli government is formed, around Nov. 6, according to The Jerusalem Post. He said the delay is because of Israel's election.
"Now we are focusing on Bahrain [workshop]," he said, according to The Post. He also declined to share details of the peace plan.
Last month, the White House announced that it would be an economic conference dubbed "Peace to Prosperity" for investment in the Middle East, especially the West Bank and Gaza, as part of its peace plan.
Kushner said in April that the full plan will not be released until June at the earliest.
Speaking at the Sunday conference, Greenblatt also said that he agrees with a remark by Ambassador David Friedman who said last week that Israel has the right to another "some" of the West Bank.
"I support his comment," said Greenblatt "I will let David's comment stand for itself."