WASHINGTON – President Trump ousted Joe Biden for his attempt to seek credit for his landmark Israel-UAE peace deal after the Democratic nominee said the peace deal came from “multiple administration efforts.”
“This is something we’ve worked hard on and I see Sleepy Joe trying to get credit for it and I’m trying to figure out how it works,” Trump told reporters at a White House conference, using a from him favored tales for his opponent.
The Trump administration announced Thursday that it had mediated a landmark peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates that would pave the way for the full normalization of relations between the two Middle East countries.
Biden praised the “welcome, courageous and necessary action for state rule”; and claimed that he and former President Barack Obama cleared the way for Trump.
“The gathering of Israel and the Arab states is based on the efforts of multiple administrations to foster a wider Arab-Israeli opening, including the Obama-Biden administration’s efforts to build the Arab Peace Initiative,” he said.
But Trump on Friday removed the Obama-Biden administration from its foreign policy record, particularly Iran policies, which included giving cash to the rogue nation.
“What he did is they made a terrible deal with Iran and the deal was a show of horror and I ended it,” Trump said. “They got nothing out of that deal except trouble. They did nothing.”
“Just as they have been weak for China, they have been weak for Russia, they have been weak for everyone and they were the weakest for everyone in Iran,” he said.
Trump said the deal was made by his hard-working team, not Biden, and took a hit on the mental acumen of the former veep.
“It was a great job done by very talented people working with me and it has been appreciated all over the world,” the president said.
“What you will see now is that other countries will enter into that agreement and you will have peace in the Middle East, and Biden does not know, I do not even know the names of the countries I am talking about,” Tha ai.