Trump To Release Peace Plan For The Middle East Next Week

One of the reasons Trump won in 2016, is because he committed to ending America’s endless wars in the Middle East.

He has been doing everything he can to bring more troops home and next week, he will take a step closer to his ultimate goal for the region. He is going to release a comprehensive plan for peace.

The Hill reports:

Trump says he expects to release Middle East peace plan by Tuesday

President Trump said he expects to release his long-awaited Middle East peace plan prior to his meeting with Israeli leaders on Tuesday at the White House.

“Sometime prior to that. Probably we’ll release it a little bit prior to that,” Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One while en route to Florida.

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Trump said he had spoken “briefly” to the Palestinians about the plan, though it’s unclear when.

Palestinian officials essentially cut off talks with Washington after the Trump administration announced in late 2017 that it would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

“They have a lot of incentive to do it,” Trump said of the Palestinians. “I’m sure they maybe will react negatively at first but it’s actually very positive for them.”

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Politico has more on this:

Trump says he’ll roll out Middle East peace plan ahead of meeting with Israeli leaders

President Donald Trump on Thursday said his administration planned to release its long-awaited blueprint for Middle East peace ahead of a meeting at the White House next week with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and the country’s opposition leader, Benny Gantz.

The White House has continually teased its forthcoming peace plan, a huge undertaking spearheaded over the past few years by Jared Kushner, the president’s adviser and son-in-law. Trump has preemptively christened it the “deal of the century.”…

The White House rolled out the first part of its plan last summer, outlining an “economic vision” for Palestinian territories and neighboring Arab countries ahead of a diplomatic conference in Bahrain. But the initial plank was panned by Palestinians, even without getting into the thornier political issues expected to be included in the upcoming plan.

This is great news not only for America, but for the world.

Anyone who truly longs for peace should be rooting for Trump’s success.


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