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مُساهمةموضوع: The truth about the book of fire and fury    الثلاثاء يناير 09, 2018 9:41 am

Trump's vision of the Middle East: Eleven things we have learned from "Fire and Fury"

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Donald Trump's foreign policy is described in Michael Wolf's "Fire and Fury" as "a mixture of nauseating ideas." The scandalous book is documented for the first nine months of the Trump administration, and was met with threats from the White House to resort to justice.

Donald Trump declined what he said in the book, saying it was "full of lies" and stuffed with "fabrications."

The following is a list of what we have learned from the book about Trump's vision of the Middle East and the internal battles that have at times defined its features, from Trump's decision to bomb a Syrian air base with missiles to how Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman turned the American man who arrived to the top.

1) Trump and Mohammed bin Salman are always rewarded

Wolf describes the synergy between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the one hand and Trump and his family on the other. He sees that they feed on a common denominator: not knowing what to do:

"When Mohammed bin Salman presented himself to Jared Kouchner as his man in Saudi Arabia, it was like meeting a nice person on the first day of boarding school," says friend Kouchner.

As soon as Mohammed bin Salman pledged to Trump that he would bring some good news to them, he was invited to visit the White House, when Trump and Mohammed bin Salman made the most of it.

"It was a kind of offensive diplomacy," said Mohammed bin Salman, who used Trump's embrace as part of his power game in the kingdom, and although the White House in Trump was still denying it, he was allowed to move forward.

"In return, Mohammed bin Salman presented a basket of deals and announcements arranged to coincide with the president's visit to Saudi Arabia - and this was Trump's first trip abroad since becoming president.


2) Trump gives Mohammed bin Salman the green light to bully on Qatar

Trump is alleged to have given Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman the green light to bully Qatar and start a purge campaign against members of the ruling royal family and a group of Saudi businessmen. Wolf wrote:

"Trump's view was that Qatar provided financial support to terrorist groups - and showed no interest in the fact that the Saudis had a similar history. (The new justification used by the Saudis, Says that only some of the ruling Saudi family members have provided such support).


Weeks after his visit to Riyadh, Trump told his friends that he and his son-in-law Kouchner had engineered the rise of Mohammed bin Salman to power to become Saudi Crown Prince and heir to the Saudi throne.

3) The war between Bannon and Kouchner over peace talks

When his son-in-law handed over to the Middle East, Trump knew he was throwing him into the fray. Fox News anchor Tucker Carlsson may be surprised to say that the president did not give Kouchner any known.

Trump replied with a joke: "I know that."

"The president chose him because he was a Jew, and perhaps he wanted to reward him for his Jewishness, entrusted him with an impossible task for being a Jew, and he was motivated to believe that the Jews had extraordinary negotiating abilities. Trump said more than once that Henry Kissinger said Jared would be the new Henry Kissinger. This is a mixture of praise and stigmatization. "

Meanwhile, Bannon - who Wolf says Jared considered him anti-Semitic - did not hesitate to hint at the peace process. Pannon was in collusion with Sheldon Adelson, who was skeptical about Kouchner's motives and capabilities. Trump, however, still tells Kouchner that he always has to see Edgeson, creating a vicious cycle.

Kouchner was deeply puzzled by Pannon's quest for the title of "strongest on Israel," especially as Kouchner grew up as a committed Jew, Wolf says. For Kouchner, Bannon's right-wing defense of Israel, Trump's logic, has in one way or another become an anti-Semitic behavior directed against him personally.

4) Jerusalem on the first day

According to the book, former White House strategic adviser Steve Bannon told former Fox News executive Roger Ellis that Trump intended to move the embassy to Jerusalem on the first day. This came in the context of a frank talk at a dinner with Ellis later found out that the preacher was Wolf. That evening, Bannon explained Trump's vision of reshaping the Middle East as follows:

"Let the Jordan take the West Bank, let Egypt take Gaza, let them act with it or drown as they try, the Saudis are on the edge of the cliff, the Egyptians are on the edge of the cliff and they all die for fear of the Persians ... Yemen, Sinai, "Russia is so important ... Russia is so bad, they are bad people, but the world is full of bad people."

5) Turkey: Not sure about Trump

Early in the transition, Wolf wrote that a high-ranking Turkish official was "in real confusion" with a famous American businessman to ask him how to influence the White House during the Trump era.

The official asked whether it would be better for Turkey to seek to influence by pressing the US military presence in Turkey or by giving the president a privileged hotel location on the Bosphorus.

Despite numerous efforts, Turkey has struggled to persuade the United States to extradite Fathullah Gulen, who lives in Pennsylvania and is alleged to have been behind the failed coup attempt.

6) The roots of Trump's hatred of Iran

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6) The roots of Trump's hatred of Iran

Trump's anti-Iran rhetoric set out his foreign policy. Wolf said that with the influence of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, Trump was convinced that Iran was "the evil person."

It has also come to tramp because he believes that anyone who opposes Iran is "a very good person."

7) Middle East: Only four players

The inner circle around the Middle East was reduced by four players: Egypt, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Iran.

They believe that the top three players can unite against Tehran, and hope that Egypt and Saudi Arabia will not interfere in American interests as long as they are left to act with Iran as they wish. Wolf wrote that this new attitude towards the Middle East, such as:

"A mixture of ideas that give rise to nausea, the isolationism of Banun (let's distance ourselves), the cloak of flint to Iran (in which everything in the world embodies treachery and toxicity and no resemblance to what the mullahs represent), and Kessinger Kouchner In his own eyes, to strive for what is recommended by the ninety-four-year-old). "

Cool How did Trump reach the decision to attack Syria?

After the chemical weapons attack on the Syrian town of Khan Sheikun on April 4, 2017, Trump took an unprecedented decision to launch a Tomahawk missile at a Syrian government air base in retaliation.

Wolf describes how Trump was initially in a state of confusion and did not know how to proceed. Then he got the following:

"Late in the afternoon, Ivanka Trump and Dina Boyle prepared a videotape described by Panone as disgusting that it was pictures of children coming out of their mouths, and when the two women presented the show to the president, he saw it several times and seemed to be caught up in what he was watching. , And while he saw the sky melt before his eyes. "

After further discussion, on April 6, as Wolf wrote, Trump ordered the attack the following day.

"After the meeting and the decision, Trump returned to a state of ecstasy to talk to the journalists accompanying him on the presidential plane, but he did not forgive them what he intended to do about Syria."

The attack occurred while Trump was hosting the Chinese president in Maralago at his Florida residence. The meeting between the two presidents ended until Trump went out with some of his advisers to take photographs. But he says in his book: "But Bannon was boiling in his seat on the table, and he was angered by the acting scene that he saw with what he was making."

At times, it was hard to predict Trump's foreign policy toward the Middle East, but Wolf wrote: "The president's national security staff was more comfortable, and the president, who is usually hard to predict what he will do this time, A president who is difficult to control under control. "

9) Travel ban on Muslims: Bannon wanted to organize protests at airports

Bannon was determined to pass the Executive Order to prevent Muslims from certain countries from entering the United States - but there was a problem.

"In fact, Bannon did not know how to do that - to change the rules and laws - and he was aware that this obstacle could have been easily used to thwart the project, but the implementation of that - regardless of how - was implemented immediately. To be a very powerful countermeasure. "

Bannon, who confirms that Wolf did not use the computer in his life, sent Steven Miller "to the Internet to take note of the executive order and try to formulate it."

When the executive order was signed on Jan. 27, most White House staff wanted to know why it happened on Friday "because signing it at the airports will be the strongest and will bring in a larger number of protesters." That's why, "he said.

10) Minister Hailey and Ambassador Powell

The United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nicky Healy, described by senior officials as having an ambition similar to that of Satan, was brought to Trump by Ivanka, whom she had known and endorsed.

He says Helley has come to the conclusion that Trump will not be president for more than one period, and that if that happens, he will succeed him in office. But the Trump family had other ideas.

"As it became apparent within the broader foreign policy and national security group, the family chose Healy to serve as secretary of state after the inevitable resignation of Rex Tilerson. (Similarly, the reshuffle would include the appointment of Dina Boyle to replace Healy at the United Nations. "

Bannon was deeply concerned that Healy might outweigh Trump's wits, and so, as Wolf wrote, he pushed for the selection of Mike Pompeo to succeed Secretary of State Rex Tilerson if, or rather, he resigned.

11) Gold golf carts

During Trump's trip, during which he participated in the Riyadh summit with the first lady, Gareed and Ivanka. "They were traveling inside the palace in gold-plated Gulb cars." The Saudis organized a 75-million-dollar ceremony in honor of Trump.

"The president called the country to tell his friends how natural and easy this was, and how Obama lost all of this in a way that is difficult to explain and calls into question."

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