Meghan McCain, co-host of “The View”, accused the media of downplaying the historic peace agreement that President Trump had signed between Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain.
During a Wednesday discussion on ABC News City Hall with Trump, McCain highlighted his reference to the Abraham Accords signed at the White House earlier that day.
“I wish this got more attention and recognition,” McCain told her co-hosts. “I know the Trump administration is difficult to make a profit, but I always try to be fair and call for balls and strikes as we see it. You are seeing a total geopolitical realignment in the Middle East against Iran and for Israel. And there are rumors that Saudi Arabia could join. “
The only conservative voice on the ABC talk show on the day called the ceremony at the White House commemorating the deal a “really big day”
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“Despite all the hubris and nonsense we’ve seen in this administration trying to make peace in the Middle East, this is really a big step,” McCain continued. “And I saw President Trump talk about it and I was delighted yesterday. And that doesn’t really get into the scheme of things, how big it is. And I just wish we could … just a moment and really I appreciate the fact that there are going to be embassies for Israel in Middle Eastern countries right now and it is really an amazing step forward for peace in the Middle East and it has been a really great day for any pro-Israel American. “
Many media outlets tried to downplay the agreement between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Andrea Mitchell, chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC News, insisted that the Abraham Accords did not constitute “peace in the Middle East.”
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CNN has focused much of its programs on the potential health risks of the White House event, held to commemorate the deals amid the pandemic.
The anti-Trump network shamed the Trump administration for the “large crowd” and “low social distancing,” suggesting the event may be a super-spreading agent for the coronavirus.