To the evangelical voters who have a shot at President Donald Trump, and conservative Jewish voters who put their hopes in him, this week, the announcement of the White House that the United Arab Emirates would normalize relations with Israel, the delivery was on a promise and make sure that the roller coaster ride of Trump Twitter presidency is worth it. “It reinforces social conservatives because they took the risk Donald Trump and why the risk eventually paid off,” a senior campaign consultant and confidant Trump tells TIME. It also strengthens Jewish voters “that you have a strong advocate in the White House,” the adviser said. “Now actually see the fruits of it.” Thursday’s announcement, which comes less than three months before the presidential election, was a well-timed Trumpian Riposte years of criticism of his ex-foundry Middle East policy. With the movement toward diplomatic relations with Israel, the United Arab Emirates is just to make the third Arab country after Egypt and Jordan because the Jewish state was founded in 1948. The Palestinians have refused to Jared Kushner Middle East peace plan and the maximum Trump Board to consider lobbying campaign against Iran, the Iranian economy decimated, was seen largely as a failure. Iran at the table is not able to bring the six nations to renegotiate Atomabkomme as Trump had promised during his campaign in 2016, and is stimulated nuclear enrichment program in Tehran to protest US sanctions for restart. The agreement UAE offers the ability to manage, framing his past positions as successes. Under the so-called Agreement of Abraham, the United Arab Emirates is committed to move to a territory recognition of Israel against the suspension of Israel’s annexation of the West Bank. Government officials now say the Trump tactics of the maximum pressure of this historic diplomatic opening possible by the confidence of the Gulf states, are to contain Iran’s regional ambitions to regain. There was also the re-election campaign Trump, Trump polls on internal management of the crown pandemic, to get a much-needed foreign policy, opinion and shooting ability is facing its other 2016 election promises kept to remind the conservative and evangelical voters. In December 2017 held the Trump board of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and moved to the US Embassy has recognized despite Palestinian statement eastern sector a long goal of both American evangelicals and pro-Israel lobby. Three months later, the government of Israel has recognized denies 1981 annexation of the Golan Heights. “President Trump pro-Israel president in American history,” said Richard Grenell, former US ambassador to Germany and former deputy director of National Intelligence, in a statement to Trump campaign. “As radical democrats back only Jewish state in the world, in an effort to turn their base of anti-Israel to appease, only the president Trump could have brought peace between Christians, Jews and people of Middle Eastern Muslims.” The former vice president and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden also praised the move, calling the offer of the United Arab Emirates that Israel publicly recognize “a welcome, bold, and act much needed art of governing.” He He added that he made of his past administration initiative to peace in part by Drew despise possible Republican circles was. Two senior administration officials say they hope to see two and then by three Arab nations example UAE, possibly before the election. “One of the officials said.” And if it’s all right, you can bet your life that Bahrain, Oman and Morocco are looking to the right and left, and listen ‘for recoil action of the United Arab Emirates, could be the neighbor. “Both say Saudi Arabia may follow, with smaller nations such as test cases the answer to the Arab street. If the answer is connected as dumb as it was when the Trump board the US embassy moved in Jerusalem, it will be easier to follow than most, he said, on condition of anonymity said that the most sensitive years talks to discuss. There is little chance of popular unrest in the way of the Gulf states will recognize Israel because lap almost universal screw on political protest in the region, says Khaled Saffuri, president of the National Interest Foundation based in Washington ,. “These countries can take actions with impunity. Most of the opposition in jail, “he says.” The daily political reality is the United States is important for all these dictatorships. They need protection from Iran … and get the support of the United States, you must be good to Israel. “The administration is trying to persuade Arab states largely Sunnis, who, with the United States and Israel on the basis of mutual distrust of Iran that two senior administration officials say make compact safety. The long-term goal it is to keep the war, uS troops home, a popular idea policy among many Americans for decades. “If this continues, we can use Israel as a projector force in the region, reducing the need for us every second of every day being there, “said one of the officials. Trump signature moves in the Middle East, including the embassy to Jerusalem to move and to recognize Israel’s annexation of the Golan heights, they were deeply controversial third rails and considered by previous administrations . But they had to bring the key talks between Israel and some Gulf states following light through when Trump says he will do something, say that the two officials. “the movime nto message was a campaign promise and would do well at this, but it was not a gimmick, “an official said. “The message move was a seismic event for the region … a clear warning bell that there is no room. If you want to be the United States in a partnership with Israel is going to be a part of it.” The reaction of public about the low-key Arab leaders indicated that they had more leeway with capacity up to Israel, officials say. The Israel-UAE agreement is not made, and has been in conservative circles in Israel only push back until Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has “suspended” for the normalization of relations in exchange for territorial annexation agreement with the Emirates. Anyway, it was a chance for a rare victory lap for the son-in-law and Senior Advisor Jared Kushner, who had been beaten by much of the Washington foreign policy world as out of his depth president. Posted Hook United States and Iran Brian says the lack of preconceptions policy recommendations is that Kushner allowed to succeed where several previous failed US administrations. “Jared came into the role with a fresh set of eyes and an openness to new modes and orders,” says TIME. “The international community is full of armchair Arabists who think they know what is best for the region, and they love to talk. We heard.” Hook says that the breaking of the administration with Iran was the first step. “Alienated Iran nuclear deal Gulf and Israel and confidence went out the door, “he says.” there is no chance of peace agreements in this environment. We reversed once the policy of Iran and America was a necessary condition for establishing peace between the Gulf and Israel. “hook says the 2019 Middle East peace conference in Warsaw, is that the prime Minister Kushner Israel in the same gym with several golf-foreign minister, and combine them for their hostility toward Iran, pressed a hook point by a group of foreign ministers, when later invited to meet after the conference wrapped. “We were all smoking cigars in this suite, and it was genuine excitement about the potential and they said that we must find a way to go about this. And trilateral Israel-UAE-US talks welc rt Led” before in Washington, DC, and then in Jerusalem and Abu Dhabi, he says. Bahrain and Oman have already publicly welcomed the step, while Egypt and Jordan have been positive, but more guarded. E ‘was condemned by Iran, Turkey and the Palestinian Authority. Now the administration Trump is hoping for a domino effect of other Arab nations to follow, a new gain her a loyal following who once lost faith in Trump. A Pew Research poll in July showed white evangelical support for Trump fell, but to say that 8 out of 10 that they agreed to pose for the incumbent. Mark Tooley, director of Providence, a magazine that focuses on Christianity and foreign policy, says while polls show the majority of evangelicals still the Trump support, was to hear from some who differ. Perhaps the success of this diplomatic breakthrough “some that have been teetering on the verge … that God’s support remains,” he says with conviction. Cory Mills, Newsmax columnist and army veteran who claims Trump says the move will “win back some of the doubters” in the Protestant community, which has seen democratic vote. “Think of the symbolism. And ‘the Abraham Accord”, named after the religious figure who appears in Christianity, Judaism and Islam, “This is showing something to all evangelicals that he … really put the Holy Land in high regard. we will definitely win back some of the moderates or on opponents “Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council, one of the largest evangelical advocacy organizations in the uS, says there are intonation evangelical concern of conformity. Netanyahu see suspend the planned annexation of the West Bank wants to be part of Israel. “The sovereignty of Israel is a big deal, something that looks like Israel’s right to give up … Judea and Samaria [the biblical name for this area] that some things have moved.” But Perkins, the white house with the trumpet work on their reach to the Christian community, says it will support “the policy that I live by my faith … can .unharassed from the government,” and that is Trump. The agreement the UAE certainly cemented Trump taking on at least a portion of the Jewish vote. “It ‘a real showpiece with Jewish voters,” says one of the main donors Jews, who spoke on condition of anonymity as he is a man of confidence of many candidates. He notes there are deep divisions among conservative Jewish voters and progressives on the issue of the annexation, but won with a less Arab country as an enemy rather universal approval of Israel. He says it is “another thing that Jewish voters, the policy based on Israel thinks will vote if he or she goes into the voting booth. There is no movement from the democratic republican state, but it’s a plus.” Democratic strategist and the Jewish political activist Joel Rubin says the move will be welcomed by Jewish voters, but with a question mark. “We are pleased that Israel get a win, but if it means fewer prospects for peace with the Palestinians and more opportunities for confrontation with Iran, we are not happy,” says Rubin, who is also the former Jewish Sanders team leader was the presidential campaign. “We want it to be the basis for more not peace the door to more access conflicts.” The Trump officials see this as a signal to Iran that the Gulf states against them coalescing. “Iran must be deeply affected,” said a senior administration official. “This is an integration of people who hate them.” -With reporting by Tessa Berenson in Washington, DC Correction, August 15 The original version of this story false information on the recognition of Trump Administration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital due to a processing error, this has not happened in the month of December 2018. 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