White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki stated on Tuesday that the Trump administration didn’t really do anything meaningful to help bring about peace in the war torn Middle East.
Guess she missed the part where Trump brokered a number of deals between Israel and other nations that provided great benefit to both countries.
According to Just The News:
Psaki spoke on the ninth days of deadly airstrikes between Israel and militant Hamas leaders, supportive of Palestinians’ opposition to Israel.
The Trump administration strengthen ties with Israel, the United States’ closest and longest-standing Middle East ally, and brokered accords in the region to normal relations and bring about peace.
“Aside from putting forward a peace proposal that was dead on arrival, we don’t think they did anything constructive really to bring an end to the longstanding conflict in the Middle East,” Psaki stated on Tuesday after being asked about Trump’s Abraham Accords, according to reports from CNN.
The accords were a Trump administration attempt to secure peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors. They normalized relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
Psaki then went on to say that Biden is “not following the same tactics of the former administration,” going on to tell reporters that the current president has reinstated humanitarian and security assistance to the Palestinians, which is something the former president ended back in 2018.
After the accords, several other major Arab nations signed deals to normalize their relations with Israel, including Sudan, Morocco, as many of these nations opened their first embassies in the nation of Israel.
But remember, folks. Trump didn’t do anything significant to make any of that possible.
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