Erielle Davidson on the Abraham Accords

The King of Stuff welcomes Erielle Davidson, a senior policy analyst at the Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) following the historic peace deals between Israel, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates. She is an alumna of both the Hoover Institution and Claremont Institute, and has written for The Federalist, Washington Examiner, and The National Interest.

Jon and Erielle discuss the success of the Abraham Accords, the failures of the Iran Deal, and the absence of press coverage on both.

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  1. Patrick McClure Coolidge
    Patrick McClure
    @Patrickb63

    So, Jon, you voting for the President this time?

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  2. Patrick McClure Coolidge
    Patrick McClure
    @Patrickb63

    Great interview.

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  3. ToryWarWriter Thatcher
    ToryWarWriter
    @ToryWarWriter

    Does John Kerry ever get tired of being wrong on everything?

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  4. Zed11 Inactive
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    @Zed11

    Patrick McClure (View Comment):

    So, Jon, you voting for the President this time?

    Won’t lie, I LOLed.

    Am a 2016 NeverTrumper (voted Johnson) who has fully capitulated. In the beginning it was more about the Dems (I’m in California) proudly driving their bus off the cliff of sanity. Now, I… I don’t know how some of this stuff is being pulled off, but will take it. The alternative is untenable. Kamala is horrible, and I’m being kind.

    My Jewish GF, who was a hardcore Hillary supporter in 2016, has said, “I never thought I would see this [Mideast peace] in my lifetime.” She’s in.

    Always good, Chief!

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  5. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    Rather than listen, I think I’ll just gaze at the photo.

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