Mahathir Muhammad: Trump has asked to resign to preserve America

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Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said he called for the resignation of US President Donald Trump to preserve America, and that his recent criticisms were not directed at the American people but rather Trump.

The Malaysian Prime Minister added, after a meeting with French companies, today, Monday, “I asked him (Trump) to resign to preserve America,” according to what I quoted. newspaper The Star.

Two days ago, Mahathir said that Trump had to resign because of the proposed Israeli-Palestinian peace deal, which the Malaysian prime minister described as “totally unacceptable and unfair.”

“This deal will bring more conflicts to the region, and it will antagonize billions of people around the world,” Mahathir said during the third conference of the Parliamentarians League for Jerusalem.

For its part, the US embassy in Malaysia said that Mahathir’s statements were not resolved in a constructive spirit, which was a long-term basis for the relationship between the two countries.

On January 28, US President Donald Trump announced his plan to settle the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, known as the “Deal of the Century”, in the presence of senior officials of his administration, the head of the Israeli caretaker government, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the ambassadors of Oman and the UAE. And Bahrain.

The “Deal of the Century” stipulates the settlement of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, with Jerusalem remaining as a “unified” capital for Israel, and the allocation of parts of the eastern side of the city to the Palestinian capital, in addition to Israel’s sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and settlements in the West Bank, which was rejected by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Stressing that his people insist on recognizing the state of Palestine within the borders of 1967 with Jerusalem as its capital.



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