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Trump’s Middle East Peace Deals Proved ‘Experts’ And Pundits Wrong

History was made Sept. 15, 2020, when President Donald Trump hosted the signing of the Abraham Accords, peace treaties among Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain. This extraordinary accomplishment could lead nations in the region to eventually end decades of conflicts and finally bring peace in the Middle East. Before the official signing ceremony, Trump told reporters that at least five or six Arab nations, including Saudi Arabia, would be “coming along very quickly” to sign similar treaties with Israel.

Yet for almost three years, so-called experts and pundits have warned that with an unconventional president in the White House and Jared Kushner, who is young and had no previous diplomatic experience, in charge of peace negotiations, there would be no peace deal in the Middle East.

The New York Times asked in a tweet back in February 2017, “Can Jared Kushner, a 36 year old real estate heir with no diplomatic experience, pull off peace in the Middle East?”