Jared Kushner Gushes Over Biden In Sick Betrayal Of GOP

(FiveNation.com)- The Trumps are used to dealing with criticisms from the outside world, particularly the left.
But, for the most part, their family has stuck together through thick and thin.
That seemed to maybe have changed recently, when Jared Kushner wrote an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal that praised President Joe Biden and his prospects for achieving Middle East peace.
Kushner, who was a senior adviser to former President Donald Trump and is married to the former president’s daughter Ivanka, praised his father-in-law during the op-ed, but much of it focused on praise for Biden.
The Trump administration made a lot of progress in the Middle East. They brought together Israel and other Arab countries for historic agreements on travel and trade. The “normalization” agreements were historic, for sure.
Kushner praised that work in his op-ed, but then went on to say he believed Biden is in a better position to do even more than his father-in-law. Kushner wrote:
“The Biden administration, however, has one asset that the Trump administration never had — a relationship with Iran. While many were troubled by the Biden team’s opening offer to work with Europe and rejoin the Iran deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, I saw it as a smart diplomatic move.
“The Biden administration called Iran’s bluff. It revealed to the Europeans that the JCPOA is dead and only a new framework can bring stability for the future. When Iran asked for a reward merely for initiating negotiations, President Biden did the right thing and refused.”
Kusher wrote that any new deal with Iran needed to include “real nuclear inspections and an end to Iran’s funding of foreign militias.” He continued:
“The table is set. If it is smart, the Biden administration will seize this historic opportunity to unleash the Middle East’s potential, keep America safe and help the region turn the page on a generation of conflict and instability.”
Kushner included “kind words” about Trump in his op-ed, praising his administration’s work in the Middle East. But those comments will not jump off the page as much to his father-in-law as the ones praising the Democratic president.
Kushner wrote:
“The geopolitical earthquake that began with the Abraham Accords hasn’t ended. More than 130,000 Israelis have visited Dubai sine President Trump hosted the peace deal’s signing this past September, and air travel opened up for the first time in August.
“New, friendly relations are flowering — wait until direct flights get going between Israel and Morocco. We are witnessing last vestiges of what has been known as the Arab-Israeli conflict … As more Muslims visit Israel through Dubai, images are populating on social media of Jews and Muslims proudly standing together.
“More important, Muslims are posting pictures of peaceful visits to the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, blowing a hole in the propaganda that the holy site is under attack and Israelis prevent Muslims from praying there.
“Every time Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweets something positive in Arabic about an Arab leader, it reinforces that Israel is rooting for the success of the Arab world.”