History will reflect favorably on President Trump’s foreign policy initiatives, largely because of the US Joint Abraham Accords that have made great strides in normalizing relations in the Middle East and fostering a peace mentality that far beyond his presidency, former deputy national. Safety adviser KT McFarland said Sunday.
“In the Middle East, I mean it’s an important achievement, that we do not even know how good it is, because more countries are joining,” McFarland told Jon Scott on Sunday.
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“This is the first peace agreement between Israel and the Arabs in not just ten or twenty, it’s like a few thousand years,” she stressed.
“What President Trump did, since everyone else was paying attention, he was able to draw up an agreement and convince the Arabs that their only kind of prosperity platform, the only way they could achieve peace and prosperity, was by having a peace agreement with Israel. ‘
Morocco has recently become the fourth Arab state, along with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Sudan – to conclude a peace agreement with Israel this year.
According to the historic agreements, “Israel and the Arab states are really united against what they believe is a Biden government to enable Iran,” McFarland said.
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Trump pulled the US out of the Obama-mediated nuclear deal in Iran – also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2018, and called the agreement at its core ‘flawed’.
Elected President Biden has announced plans to rejoin the agreement if Iran adheres strictly to the nuclear deal.
“His plan would ‘enable Iran to have nuclear weapons, and enable Iran to support terrorist movements,'” McFarland said.
But, she added, the Abraham agreement mediated by Trump has already proved incredibly effective for the region that “I do not think even the Biden government can fix one.”