While Biden Burns Bridges In The Middle East …Trump’s Peace Deal Is Doing Better Than Ever

Written by Wes Walker on April 3, 2022

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Biden has barely been in office for a year, and already he has world leaders so pissed with him that they’re not returning his calls.

Biden’s big goal is to beg a country he has publicly denounced for ongoing war crimes to negotiate on his behalf with a country that is the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.

What could POSSIBLY go wrong in that arrangement?

Meanwhile, Trump’s crowning foreign policy achievement — the one everyone called impossible — is still chugging along.

The Abraham Accords between Israel and several of its Arab neighbors were initiated under Trump’s White House, and have not merely reduced the tension between these neighbors, but have established a framework on which they can continue building.

That framework is flourishing.

Here is the UAE’s Minister of State for Foreign Trade giving an update.

Here’s how Israel reported on the historic achievement.

Israel and the United Arab Emirates concluded talks for a free-trade agreement, the first such financial treaty between the Jewish state and an Arab one in the Middle East.

“This is an important moment in relations between” Israel and the UAE, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said, adding that the FTA strengthens the burgeoning Israeli-Emirati ties and will “significantly upgrade economic cooperation for the benefit of the citizens of both countries.”

Israel and the UAE normalized ties in 2020 through the rubric of the US-brokered Abraham Accords, pledging to build people-to-people ties based on shared projects, such as expanding economic opportunities. — JPost

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