A Stunning Phone Call From Vice President Kamala Right In The Midst of Israel-Hamas Crisis

Their basic plan is to ruin every single thing that President Trump has worked on during his career as President.

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And it took the Kamala/Biden administration only 100 days – a bit more than 3 months, to achieve one of the biggest things President Trump has done in history – peace in the Middle East.

“The Royal Court of Jordan says U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris called King Abdullah II to discuss the ‘efforts to stop the Israeli escalations in East Jerusalem and the aggression on Gaza’,” Newsmax correspondent Alex Salvi tweeted. He cited the Jordanian court.

After this, Kamala Harris decided to give a bit more about her phone call with the king.

However, the issue is not the fact she took the call – but the fact that she decides these kinds of things without consultation, without any leads – she decided to obviously run single-handedly the foreign politics. That represents the sole basis of the diplomacy and the friendly relations that our country has, as well as our status as a country. How can she be making such decisions without any consultations?

“The real story is Kamala Harris, & not the king’s counterpart, calling him about this. Jordan is a major player in this dispute,” Jordan Schachtel observed. “Abdullah II may interpret this as a downgrading of relations. Or he knows Biden is not capable. Either way, not a good signal.”

“Just six weeks since taking office, Vice President Harris is playing an integral role in President Biden’s foreign policy, putting her personal stamp on behind-the-scenes debates and on the world stage as she works to advance Biden’s diplomatic agenda,” the Washington Post reported.

A quick wrap-up of the subject: Biden’s foreign politics are obviously destabilizing the Middle East – as rapidly as possible.

After President Trump has shaped the landmark deals with Israel and UAE and Bahrain, he declared a new “dawn in the Middle East.” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the time said, “This day is a pivot of history; it heralds a new dawn of peace.” Their reason is that the deals were truly significant in a historical sense.

“Before the UAE and Bahrain, the only other Arab countries in the Middle East to recognize Israel officially were Egypt and Jordan, who signed peace treaties in 1978 and 1994 respectively,” the BBC wrote in the time.

“For decades, most Arab states have boycotted Israel, insisting they would only establish ties after Israel’s dispute with the Palestinian was settled,” its report added. The BBC’s Washington correspondent noted:

– These agreements represent the most significant diplomatic achievement of the Trump administration.

– Persuading two Arab states to engage in this kind of rapprochement with Israel – without a solution to the Palestinian question – marks a significant move for pan-Arab unity.

What are your thoughts on this?


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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