President Trump announced Wednesday that he supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, diverging from his original position that he would support whatever the two warring nations decided, according to ABC News. “I like (a) two-state solution,” Trump said, while posing for photographs with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the United Nations. “That’s what I think works best. That’s my feeling. Now you may have a different feeling. I don’t think so. But I think two-state solution works best.” Trump added that recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital actually progressed the peace talks by removing one of the major points of contention. “By taking off the table the embassy moving to Jerusalem, that was always the primary ingredient as to why deals couldn’t get done. Now that’s off the table,” Trump said. “Now, that will also mean that Israel will have to do something that is good for the other side.” Netanyahu praised Trump’s actions while speaking at the U.N. General Assembly, especially the U.S. president’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. Netanyahu also insisted that U.S.-Israeli relations have never been better than they are under the Trump administration.