Chris Hayes looks the fool trying to downplay Friday’s Trump-brokered Middle East peace deal

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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes was raked over the coals after his hot take on President Donald Trump’s part in brokering another Middle East peace deal.

The “All In with Chris Hayes” host stepped in a hornet’s nest of backlash after downplaying the agreement between Sudan and Israel as another “cynical and transactional” deal by the president and his administration. Hayes mocked the achievement in a tweet on Friday that targeted Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner.

On Friday, the president touted the peace deal normalizing relations between Israel and Sudan, the third Arab state to do so with Trump’s help. Promising that there “would be many more peace deals to come in the Middle East,” the president spoke by phone with Sudan’s leaders and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Oval Office.

The deal was finalized, following months of negotiations, after Trump’s Mideast peace team, led by Kushner and advisor Avi Berkowitz, made a trip to the region this week.

The president called the latest accomplishment a “HUGE win today for the United States and for peace in the world” in a tweet on Friday.

There was little doubt of the significance of this and previous peace deals the president has brokered in the Middle East.

But facts aside, the liberal media continues to show its bias against the president by finding something to attack in even a historic plan for peace.

“It’s kind of hilarious that in end, the one thing Jared Kushner actually did get done was brokering a bunch of (incredibly cynical and transactional) middle east deals,” Hayes tweeted Friday in response to the news.

He was quickly called out by former Acting U.S. director of National Intelligence and ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell.

The MSNBC host was lit up on social media where many Twitter users slammed his double standards and reminded him of the Obama administration’s disastrous policies in the region and deals worked out with nations like Iran.

“If Obama did this, Chris Hayes would be calling it his best day ever,” Caleb Hull tweeted.

British-Israeli news anchor Eylon Levy thought it was really ironic was that “the biggest triumph in Middle Eastern peacemaking in nearly 30 years is being mocked as ‘cynical and transactional’ because it fell on the wrong president’s watch.”

 

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