US President Donald Trump announced, in front of a number of journalists, that an agreement had been reached between Sudan and Israel to normalize relations between them during a tripartite contact with the head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council and the Israeli Prime Minister.
During the phone call, Trump surprised Netanyahu by asking, “Do you think that the” sleepy atmosphere “could have concluded such an agreement? In reference to his Democratic rival Joe Biden.
Netanyahu, who relies heavily on the support of both major parties in the United States for his country, responded by saying, “One thing I can tell you is that we appreciate the help for peace of anyone in America.”
Trump’s advisers believe his pro-Israel policy will appeal to a constituency of voters who are among his strongest supporters.
It is clear that Trump is using the file of normalization in his election campaign to elicit the consent of pro-Israel and the Jewish lobby in particular in the United States, and he is traditionally known for his support for the Democratic Party.