Jared Kushner: Peace deals ‘are so much tougher that President Trump looks like them’

Jared Kushner: Peace deals 'are so much tougher that President Trump looks like them'

Peace deals are “much tougher to make for President Trump,” the White House adviser Jared Kushner, Who participated in the brokerage in Middle east Peace deals, he said, “Fox and Friends” on Monday.

Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law, made the comment three days after Trump’s announcement Peace agreement It would normalize relations between Israel And the Sudan. Trump also claimed on Friday that “there will be more peace agreements in the Middle East.”

On Monday, Kushner indicated that the agreement between Israel and Sudan was “the third peace agreement that we were able to announce in the past two months.”

The administration has already brokered peace agreements between Israel and a state The United Arab Emirates And the the two seas.

Kushner said, “Some people [would] Staying in Washington for 30 or 40 years “and” You can never work on a single foreign deal. “

“We have now reached three peace agreements,” he noted.

“We have been able to work very closely with Sudan,” Kouchner said. Sudan was at war with Israel, and I cannot overestimate the importance of this agreement.

He went on to say, “In 1967, after Six-Day War The Arab League met in Sudan and there was the famous decreeThree no“No peace, no recognition, no negotiations. On Friday, it is clear that on Friday we announced the” third peace agreement. “

Kushner stressed that he believes that the peace agreement between Sudan and Israel “represents a great breakthrough for the region,” and said he believes “you will continue to see progress.”

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Trump said on Friday that he believed that even Iran would “one day” normalize relations with Israel.

“Iran will eventually become a member of this whole thing. Look, someday I would like to help Iran get back on the right track. They went from a rich country to a poor country in three years,” the president said.

“But they cannot have nuclear weapons,” he added. “Always death to Israel, that’s all they shout about. So they can’t have nuclear weapons.”

The president also said that a deal between Israel and the Palestinian region could be on the horizon.

Trump announces the dawn of a new Middle East and presides over the signing of historic deals

Trump has said that he expects Saudi Arabia to come to the negotiating table very soon in order to reach an agreement.

“There will be a big reunion, where everybody will be here, and everyone will sign. We expect Saudi Arabia to be one of those countries. He is highly respected. The king and the crown prince. They are all highly respected in the Middle East.”

On Monday, Kushner noted, “People have been very critical of the president over the past three years for what he’s doing, … but the truth is that he took a different approach on how to deal with Washington, taking a different approach in the Middle East. The East has brought out results.”

“You can’t argue with his results,” Kushner said.

He continued: “This historic peace agreement is something that will make the world safer and make America safer.”

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“It allows us to bring the troops home and we have fewer threats to radical Islamic terrorism and other threats to our shores.”

Morgan Phillips and The Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.

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