Donald Trump have given more 90 minutes interview Ravid, where he said, inter alia, Grief for the former Prime Minister of Israel. The interview was used in Ravid’s book “Trump’s Peace: The Abraham Accords and Remaking the Middle East,” due out on Sunday.

“The first person to congratulate Biden was Bibi Netanyahu, the man who has done more than anyone I have ever dealt with. Bibi must remain silent. I made a huge mistakeTrump said.I loved baby. I still love Baby. But I also love loyalty“.

“I haven’t spoken to him since then. I… he.”

In fact, Netanyahu was the first Middle Eastern leader to congratulate Washington after the 2020 elections, according to an Israeli newspaper. Former Israeli Prime Minister However, he was not one of the first world leaderswho congratulated Biden. call him Almost a month after taking office by the new US president.

Trump also stated that if he does not make the decision to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran,It is possible that Israel will now be destroyedHer work was due to “relations with Israel”. According to The Times of Israel, the current US administration wants to return to the old agreement with Iran.

According to the former US president, his policy towards Israel did not receive due recognition. He believes that the controversial decision to declare the Golan Heights on the borders between Israel, Syria and Lebanon Israeli territory in 2019 “was a big deal.” It was also supposed to help Netanyahu win the parliamentary elections at the time. A year later, the Israeli government named the city on the Golan Heights “Ramat Trump” in honor of the president.

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Then people said it was a million dollar gift.. I did it before the Israeli elections and this helped him a lot. Perhaps he would have lost the election to Lay, the Golan issue raised his result by 10-15 percent.

Despite losing the election, Trump still wields strong influence in the Republican Party. When asked if he would run for president in 2024, the former president replied, “Well, I’d probably like to get a second term. We’ll see. I’m not planning anything at the moment.”