He said he hoped sound minds would prevail among Palestinians to pursue peace.
"We give them hundreds of millions of dollars in aid and support, tremendous numbers, numbers that nobody understands".
"We've had - as you say, we've had a great discussion today", May told Trump and reporters.More news: Deepika Padukone Padmaavat Movie Box Office Collection- Day 1
"The president would also discuss our efforts to counter Iran's destructive agenda to perpetuate violence across the greater Middle East, as well as Iran's ballistic missile activity and the fundamental flaws in the Iran nuclear deal", he said.
Mr Netanyahu said under any peace deal the capital of Israel would be Jerusalem, and the status quo of the Temple Mount would be maintained.
"Anything from chairs to cyber security, we want to excel at making them and that makes the world wanting to partner with us", he said. "But we've done a lot for them, and hopefully they're going to make peace for their people".
Trump may be able to "buy many things with his money, but he won't be able to buy the dignity of our nation", he said.
"If the United States administration does not back down from its decision on the occupied city of Jerusalem, it will have no role in the peace process", said Abu Rudeina.More news: First look at Brie Larson in costume as Captain Marvel
"Hate-filled speeches and end runs around negotiations take us nowhere".
The Palestinian leadership has rebuked threats by US President Donald Trump to withhold aid if it refuses to negotiate with Israel. Almost twice as many Palestinians said they supported "armed struggle" against Israel compared with an identical survey six months previously, while there was also a fall in support for the two-state solution, the joint Israeli and Palestinian poll found.
"There were never any deals that came close because Jerusalem", Trump said.
Mr Trump's recognition of the city as Israel's capital broke with decades of a U.S. policy of neutrality on the issue and put it out of step with the rest of the worldwide community. "It recognizes the present reality and peace can only be built on the basis of truth".
Haley contrasted Sadat's language toward Israel with that of Abbas on January 14 to the Palestinian Liberation Organization.More news: Protests Roil Swiss Cities Ahead of Trump's Davos Visit
"The president believes we can have truly win-win agreements".