(HorizonPost.com) – President Trump has made amazing strides in foreign relations, the least of which is the four international peace deals made between September and December of 2020. From putting an end to ISIS to the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, he’s taken foreign relations to a whole new level. These actions are in stark contrast to Democrat Joe Biden’s history, from wanting to withhold aid decades ago to the now infamous alleged threats and deals with Ukraine.
Joey “Bribes” Biden should have never threatened to cut off aid to Israel years ago. Read Menachem Begin’s response below.
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— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) December 20, 2020
One of our president’s boldest moves was to open a US Embassy in Israel. Of all the commanders-in-chief who said they would do it, President Trump is the first to stand by his promise — it opened in May 2018. He also made it clear to the world that Jerusalem belongs to the sovereign state of Israel as its capital. More “Promises Made, Promises Kept.” This solidified Israel’s standing as a long-time ally of the US and made peace more realistic between Israel and Morocco and between Israel and the Palestinians.
Trump Stood up to China
But, perhaps one of the most crucial decisions President Trump made was to stand up to China. He put an end to China’s ongoing use of US-owned intellectual property, made certain copyright protections are honored, increased the amount of exports China gets from the US and more.
Before the president set firm boundaries, China insisted we use the communist country’s regulations and provide trade secrets. Next, they would use those trade secrets to manufacture their own goods, and then refuse our exports. That’s over now, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
In short, President Trump has put America in a position once again to become a producer of goods, with fair trade deals that benefit the US. That doesn’t even count growing international diplomacy and historical peace negotiations.
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