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The World Needs Peacemaker Trump Again

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Officials from Israel and the United Arab Emirates negotiate the Abraham Accords during the Trump presidency. (AFP via Getty Images)

Jeff Crouere By Monday, 15 April 2024 12:01 PM EDT Current | Bio | Archive

After 39 months of the Biden presidency, the world is in total chaos. The southern border of our country is porous and millions of individuals from around the world have descended on our country.

These “undocumented migrants” include terrorists, drug dealers and intelligence agents of countries such as our enemy, China.

It should alarm every American that 22,233 Chinese nationals have illegally entered the United States since the beginning of the fiscal year in October. If this rate continues, this year’s total will easily top the 24,125 Chinese nationals who illegally entered the country last year.

There has been an astounding 6,300% increase in the number of Chinese nationals illegally entering the country in the last few years. Since China is a communist nation, these individuals are not freely traveling to the United States for a “better life.”

U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., believes the influx is due to “the direction of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party)” and it involves “espionage” as well as “stealing military and economic secrets.”

Ukraine is in the third year of a bitter war with Russia. Last year, a United States report estimated that the total number of injuries and deaths in the war neared 500,000.

There is no end in sight to the war as no peace talks are planned and the United States Congress is on the verge of allocating more military aid to Ukraine.

On October 7, Israel was invaded by Hamas resulting in the death of 1,200 innocent people. It was the deadliest attack on Israel since its founding in 1948.

Hamas abducted over 240 hostages and 129 have not been returned home. These hostages either remain in captivity or are already deceased.

To further strengthen their security, on April 1, Israel bombed the Iranian embassy in Damascus, Syria. Among the seven officials killed in the airstrike were Iranian Brig. Gen. Mohammad Reza Zahedi, who helped plan the October 7 massacre in Israel.

To retaliate for this strike, Iran launched over 300 drones and missiles into Israel on Saturday. Fortunately, almost all the strikes were intercepted by Israeli forces, with help from the United States, Jordan, and other countries.

As the world waits to see if the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will respond to this attack, the Iranians are continuing to issue threats.

In an interview on their state TV network, Iranian Major General Mohammad Bagheri said, “Our response will be much larger than tonight’s military action if Israel retaliates against Iran.”

It is being widely reported by Axios, CNN and other media outlets that President Joe Biden is urging Netanyahu not to respond and, if he does, the United States will not be involved. This response is disturbing to U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who believes the world is witnessing the most dangerous period for the Middle East since 1973.

He said, “What I don’t understand is why Joe Biden and the administration would leak to the media the contents of a conversation in which he tells Netanyahu he doesn’t think that Netanyahu should respond at all. It is the continuing part of the public game they are playing which frankly encourages Iran and Hezbollah.”

Biden has also encouraged Iran by relaxing our economic sanctions, which allowed additional oil revenue to flow into their coffers. This led to their renewed financial support for terrorist organizations like Hamas.

Without Iran’s generous backing, Hamas would not have been able to launch their deadly October 7 attack against Israel.

As the world deals with multiple international wars and unprecedented chaos in the Middle East, it is useful to remember what was happening when Donald Trump was our president.

Trump advocated the doctrine of “peace through strength” and it certainly worked as the United States was not involved in any wars during his term. During his presidency, the southern border was secure and, unlike the crisis today, our military recruitment levels were strong.

While Trump was President, China was restrained, and North Korea was engaged in diplomatic summits with the United States, not saber rattling.

Instead of wars raging internationally, there was peace abroad. Russia did not invade Ukraine, due to their concern about Trump’s response. As president, Trump dealt harshly with the Russians, blocking the completion of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, while arming Ukraine with Javelin missiles.

While he opened the door to diplomatic negotiations and was not opposed to meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump never appeased him.

In the Middle East, Trump placed tough sanctions on Iran and negotiated four peace deals for Israel, known as the Abraham Accords. This established diplomatic relations between Israel and four Arab nations: Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Sudan, and Morocco.

Trump should have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for this achievement.

With an increasing number of dangerous international calamities on the horizon, the world needs the peacemaker Donald Trump back in the White House more than ever.

Jeff Crouere's "Ringside Politics," airs nationally on Real America's Voice Network, Real America's Voice News weekdays at 7 a.m. CT and from 7-11 a.m. weekdays on WGSO 990-AM & Jeff is also a political columnist, the author of "America's Last Chance" and provides regular commentaries on the Jeff Crouere YouTube channel as well as on For more information, email him at [email protected]. Read Reports by Jeff Crouere — More Here.

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After 39 months of the Biden presidency, the world is in total chaos. The southern borderof our country is porous and millions of individuals from around the world have descended on our country.
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Monday, 15 April 2024 12:01 PM
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