President-elect (a suffix I will be happy to drop in a few hours) Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner will act as a special envoy/senior advisor to the Middle East, with a particular job assignment to bring peace to the Middle East, a big job and one no one anywhere has been able to accomplish to date.
Whatever Kushner’s title will become it is clear that Trump has a tremendous amount of confidence in him to accomplish great things and establish peace in the Middle East.
If Kushner can accomplish a single thing, convincing Muslims to accept the state of Israel’s right to exist will be Step #1, and if that happens he has a great chance to finally bring peace to the Middle East. However, that is seemingly impossible. No one has been able to accomplish that yet. Good luck!
According to World Israel News, US President-elect Donald Trump, who assumes the presidency on Friday, spoke confidently of his son-in-law’s ability to make peace in the Middle East, during his last pre-inauguration dinner for donors at Washington DC’s Union Station on Thursday evening.
“If you can’t produce peace in the Middle East, nobody can,” Trump said, directing his remarks to his Jewish son-in-law Jared Kushner.
“All my life I’ve been hearing that’s the toughest deal in the world to make,” Trump continued. “And I’ve seen it, but I have a feeling that Jared is going to do a great job.”
Trump had also conveyed his full faith in Kushner’s ability to assume the responsibilities of a Middle East peace envoy, to the German Bild outlet earlier this week.
“Jared is such a good lad, he will secure an Israel deal which no one else has managed to get,” Trump said. “You know, he’s a natural talent, he is the top, he is a natural talent. He has an innate ability to make deals, everyone likes him.”