Many Americans agree that Trump’s accomplishments as president might never get the recognition they deserve. Under Trump, the economy was thriving, the border was safe, and there was peace across the globe.
Yet the mainstream media acted as if Trump was an utter failure. And agencies around the world were reluctant to admit Trump’s success.
But one Republican leader is seeking to remedy this problem. She is looking at one of Trump’s most historic victories—and she is making a recommendation. Even Trump is likely surprised by this honor.
Just days after three American soldiers were killed by Iranian proxies, Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., nominated former President Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize, citing his “historic” Abraham Accords treaty.
“Donald Trump was instrumental in facilitating the first new peace agreements in the Middle East in almost 30 years,” Tenney told Fox News Digital in a statement. “For decades, bureaucrats, foreign policy ‘professionals’, and international organizations insisted that additional Middle East peace agreements were impossible without a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. President Trump proved that to be false.” [Source: Fox News]
At a time when conflict is growing in the Middle East, Rep. Claudia Tenney is looking back at the monumental progress Trump achieved while he was in office. She has nominated Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize, for his Abraham Accords treaty.
When Trump was in office, he helped secure normalized relations between Israel and several of its Arab neighbors. That was the first time these nations, previously hostile to Israel, agreed to partner with the Jewish nation economically.
Even Trump critics at the time had to acknowledge the massive achievement. Many presidents have tried to secure agreements between Israel and other Middle Eastern nations—but failed.
Trump succeeded because he focused on the economic benefits that would be gained. Israel is an advanced country, pioneering some technological and medical breakthroughs. The former president appeared to win over Arab nations, convincing them how much they would stand to gain, by working with Israel.
Today, conflict is only growing between Israel and nations that are not part of these accords. President Biden is far and away unable to secure peace deals with any country. His influence overseas appears to only instigant conflict.
Author: Kit Fargo