The new US plan for a Middle East settlement, called the 'deal of the century,' can include thePalestinians' proposals, senior adviser and son-in-law of US President Jared Kushner told CNN.
"The terms are not final terms. This is an opening offer and if the Palestinians come -- and they have some adjustments, they want to move the line, they want to change one of the sentences, they want to negotiate on different thing -- there'll be flexibility," he said.
"What you've seen today is that President Trump has built a lot of trust with the state of Israel. He's done a lot of great things that have made Israel more secure and the relationship between America and Israel stronger," Kushner said in an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
"It's a big opportunity for the Palestinians and they have a perfect track record of blowing every opportunity they've had in their past, but perhaps maybe their leadership will read the details of it, stop posturing and do what's best to try to make the Palestinians' lives better," he said.
On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump, along with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, announced at the White House key provisions of the plan for a Palestinian-Israeli peaceful settlement, based on the mutual recognition of the two states.