I'm sure left-wing Israelis don't like Trump, so I'm more curious about Israelis on the political right. Trump has supported the goals of the Israeli right, such as an undivided Jerusalem, recognition of the Golan Heights as part of Israel, and voiding of the nuclear deal with Iran.
I'm asking because Trump has gained support from Nazis. That sounds hyperbolic, but there are news articles about self-described Nazis, swastikas and all, participating in the attempted coup on January 6th. That was only the most egregious example - from the beginning of his presidency, he received support from far-right antisemites of all kinds and refused to unambiguously condemn them, for example in the Charlottesville riot. Obama summarised Trump's response to the latter as 'How hard can it be to say "Nazis are bad"?'
Edit: the only answer and many comments so far say something like of course it's a contradiction, but Trump gave them what they wanted so they avoided talking about it. Of course that's true, but it misses the point. In a democracy politicians can't always choose what they want to talk about. At some point a right wing politician will have been taxed about this contradiction by a journalist, or one of their left wing opponents, or perhaps by the leader of a foreign power friendly to the Palestinian cause and hostile to Trump. When that happened, what was the right-wing Israeli politician's response?