If you watched President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's joint press conference yesterday, you likely noticed a distinct change in tone and warmth compared to Justin Trudeau’s visit with Trump earlier in the week.
It should come as no surprise since Trump and Netanyahu have had a personal relationship that dates back years. And if you watched Trump during the campaign, despite what the dishonest media tried to suggest, he remained consistent in his love of Israel, the Jewish people and determined to defend and strengthen the political and military alliance between the US and Israel.
While the US Media Party was upset over which networks and publications were being chosen to ask questions at Trump press conferences, a major change or hinted change in US policy towards peace and a two state solution was in the responses Trump and Netanyahu gave and what appears to be a grand bargain, or “the big deal” as Trump put it.
A Middle East peace deal that includes more than just the Israelis and the Palestinians.
The threat of Iran, their influence, and their pursuit of a nuclear arsenal has become not only a threat to the Jewish state they threaten to wipe off the map, but a threat to the Sunni Arab nations as well.
And Iran is Russia’s greatest ally, so if the US and the Sunni Arab states can limit Iran’s power and growth, they can push back against the expanding Russian presence in the region as well and that is something that has all these journalists and liberals freaking out over Russia and Putin, quite pleased.
But of course that doesn’t account for any Trump Derangement Syndrome.