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Richard Grenell, Trump’s key foreign policy adviser, openly called out Joe Biden’s advisor for wrongly predicting that Trump would make Middle East peace more difficult by strengthening ties with Israel, according to Breitbart News.

Grenell’s comments were subsequent of the surprise peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which Trump announced in the Oval Office earlier Thursday.

Harvard Professor R. Nicholas Burns got singled out for his 2017 prediction of moving the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem would “weaken US credibility, inflame passions in Moslem World and put our own American diplomats at risk.”

“Moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem—which some Trump senior advisors have suggested as a top priority—could end up isolating both Israel and the United States in the broader Middle East, where the issue of Jerusalem’s status remains an unresolved question subject to negotiations.”

Grenell also took the Obama-Biden administration, and the foreign policy establishment in general, to task:



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Some on the left, like the anti-war group Codepink, opposed the deal, largely because it strengthened Israel. Ben Rhodes, a former adviser to President Barack Obama, tried to claim that it “excluded” Palestinians — even though it compromised on Israeli efforts to extend sovereignty to Jewish communities in Judea and Samara, which Palestinian leaders oppose.

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Biden attempted to claim partial credit for the agreement, even though U.S. relations with the Sunni Arab states declined under the Obama-Biden administration in the wake of the Iran nuclear deal, which strengthened the Iranian regime.

Grenell served in the Trump administration as ambassador to Germany, and also as Acting Director of National Intelligence.