Two of the most influential leaders in the world have a strong bond and a purpose to help each other succeed. They also say that strength has never been stronger than it is right now.
The countries of Israel and the United States of America have both gone through several changes over the years and now with the leadership that each country has presently the possibilities seem endless.
Benjamin Netanyahu was obviously very excited to see Donald Trump become the 45th President of the United States and not Hillary Clinton.
He has since spoken about how relations between the two countries were not very good under the Obama administration and that Hillary would probably stick to a similar course as Obama did.
But now that two men, Trump and Netanyahu, both want to make their alliance as strong as ever but be more beneficial than ever to each other makes for a much better world quite honestly.
Moving the embassy to Jerusalem was a promise that many Presidents before Trump had made and never accomplished.
To go along with that there is improved relations with the U.N. Security Council and increased talks of course correction in the region from wait and see to act and oversee.
Things could not be better for the relations between the two countries and with strong leaders like Netanyahu and Trump the fracture left by Obama is long in the rear-view mirror.