A Biden win will end all Trumpís work for Israel

PRESIDENT Donald Trump has much in common with Israel. Firstly, he believes in protecting the borders of America and takes national security seriously.

Secondly, he recognises that no group ó however laudable it claims to be ó has the right to prevent citizens from going about their business. Law and order must be present and evident in society or else chaos and anarchy reign.

Lastly, President Trump knows that a countryís prosperity depends on all the above things, plus a healthy economy that is not allowed to stagnate for whatever reason.

Trump is primarily a businessman which actually makes him a more effective president than a person who regards themselves as a politician.

He knows that any deal is possible. You just have to negotiate the right terms. Most politicians donít get this.

If Joe Biden wins the presidency, all the positive progress that Donald Trump has made in regard to Israelís interests would stop.

No more Middle East negotiations like the ones Trump was able to negotiate for two Arab nations, the United Arab Emiratis and Bahrain, to have diplomatic relations with Israel.

Everyone says peace hinges on how things are going in the Middle East. So why would you not want Donald Trump to continue as President?

Jane-Dora Fraser,
12 Holt Farm Close,

E-MAIL: letters@jewishtelegraph.com
Full names and addresses must accompany letters and will be published unless correspondents specify otherwise.

If you have a story or an issue you want us to cover, let us know - in complete confidence - by contacting newsdesk@jewishtelegraph.com, 0161-741 2631 or via Facebook / Twitter

Publication of all letters is subject to our terms for submission of works to us (past and present), namely that, if your letter is used:
1. Letters may be edited in the interests of space. Please restrict your letter to 200 words.
2. Anonymity will be in exceptional circumstances and at editorís discretion.
3. A daytime telephone number is also necessary for checking the authenticity of your letter.
4. The Jewish Telegraph and those authorised by it have the world-wide assignable right to use your work in any publication or service in whatever media (e.g. CD Rom, newspapers, online etc).
5. The Jewish Telegraph may further allow others to store/distribute your letter.
Data Protection Act: your name and address is collected for the limited purpose of validating correspondence by the Jewish Telegraph.

Site developed & maintained by
© 2020 Jewish Telegraph