The realignment of geopolitics in the Middle East has many fathers, and Donald Trump was only one of them. What the thaw in Sunni states’ relations with Israel means for America moving forward. Also, for all the talk of the president’s “white grievance” politics, he’s performing better among minority voters in polls than he did in 2016 while white voters are fleeing his coalition.

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  1. GeezerBob Coolidge
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    It is absolutley hilarious to listen to these people twisitng themselves into pretzels to avoid giving Trump any credit for these amazing breakthroughs in the Middle East.

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  2. DrewInWisconsin, Man of Constant Sorrow Member
    DrewInWisconsin, Man of Constant Sorrow
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    GeezerBob (View Comment):

    It is absolutley hilarious to listen to these people twisitng themselves into pretzels to avoid giving Trump any credit for these amazing breakthroughs in the Middle East.

    They cannot give him credit, because it would force them to reevaluate their opinions of him.

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  3. Podkayne of Israel Member
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    Oh come on. Except for Noah, who did some epic pretzel twisting, John, Christine, and especially Abe, gave Trump credit. As for Noah, I am going to forgive him again because of his smooth segue to the tree ad. 

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