How do world leaders view Donald Trump's comeback?

How do world leaders view Donald Trump's comeback?

For example, he recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and moved the US embassy there. Also, he recognized the Golan Heights as Israeli territory, a decision many countries (including Belgium) do not recognize and reject. Finally, there are the 2020 Abrahamic Covenants, which were signed under his presidency. These led to a partial normalization of relations between Israel and several Arab countries, including Morocco and Bahrain.

Trump has shown little interest in the Palestinian cause. Aaron David Miller, a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, describes it this way in the US news magazine Foreign Policy: “Trump's efforts to marginalize the Palestinians, weaken the Palestinian Authority, and enforce Israeli settlement operations have created an even harder problem. Harder.”

Netanyahu may have remained silent on the US elections, but others in his cabinet have already shared their unchanging views. For example, Israeli National Defense Minister Itamar Ben-Ghir accused Biden of aiding Hamas. Ben-Qir is known for his radical nationalist views and statements.

“Instead of giving us full support, Biden is busy providing humanitarian aid and fuel that goes to Hamas,” the secretary said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. “If Trump is in power, America will behave very differently.” Netanyahu did not call his minister to account for those statements.

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