Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Trump shattered diplomatic norms, rejected establishment to pave way for historic Middle East peace | Just The News
President Trump shattered traditional U.S. diplomatic norms and rejected an old-guard foreign policy establishment to pave the way for Tuesday's historic Middle East peace deal.
Right out of the gate, Trump rejected historical convention set by past U.S. presidents by not visiting a North American country — typically Canada, though George W. Bush opted for Mexico — for his first foreign trip as president. Instead, in May 2017, Trump's first foreign trip was to Saudi Arabia, where he met with leaders of 54 Arab and Muslim-majority nations, setting the stage for Tuesday's breakthrough peace agreement known as the "Abraham Accords."
TFW the only outlets covering world historical news are conservative blogs.