Alan Dershowitz says that President Donald Trump is saying and doing all the right things during his two-day trip to Israel.

Dershowitz, a legal scholar and Harvard University Law School professor, said on "Fox & Friends" this morning that Trump has struck a different tone than former President Barack Obama, particularly with his declaration that "Iran must never be allowed to possess a nuclear weapon."

"That was a very important statement," Dershowitz said, adding that Obama also decided not to veto the "stupidest UN resolution ever," which stated that the Western Wall is not part of Israel.

"I'm so glad that President Trump is going to the Western Wall," Dershowitz said.

As for Trump's stated goal of establishing peace between Israelis and Palestinians, Dershowitz said there's something on the table and he hopes both sides can agree to it.

He explained that if Israel will stop building settlements deep in the West Bank and do a little more humanitarian work in Gaza, then Saudi Arabia will be open to establishing official diplomatic relations.

"If President Trump can come home with that deal, he'll be able to say, 'I accomplished more in 130 days than the previous four presidents have accomplished,'" Dershowitz said.

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