According to the Wall Street Journal, Pence was told in his meeting with the Egyptian president that Trump's decision could potentially complicate peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
At a later press conference, Pence called the meeting with Al Sisi "a disagreement between friends." According to the Los Angeles Times, he assured Sisi that the Trump administration will back a two-state solution for Israel and the Palestinians if both parties agree. "My perception was that he was encouraged by that message," Pence told reporters.
Pence's trip will end in Israel with a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Pence is slated to address the Israeli legislature and visit the Western Wall. Pence will not meet with any Palestinian leaders, and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas also said he would not meet with Pence during his visit "because the U.S. has crossed red lines" on Jerusalem.