On Wednesday morning, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stopped by the White House to meet with President Trump. Following their first sit-down together since Trump's election, the pair will hosted a joint press conference at noon EST.
According to White House press secretary Sean Spicer, the leaders will focus on Iran, Syria, ISIS, and the relationship between the two countries after an eight-year strain under President Obama. Trump was vocal about his support for Israel during his campaign, but his recent statements in an Israeli newspaper suggest he's potentially backpedaling on his broad show of support.
With mixed signals coming from Washington, Wednesday's face-to-face meeting will likely be important in setting the tone for Trump and Netanyahu's political relationship moving forward.
Watch a recorded livestream of their press conference below.