Speaking to reporters onboard Air Force One Tuesday morning, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki rejected and dismissed the Abraham Accords, which are official peace and business agreements between the U.S., Israel, Bahrain and the UAE, as "tactics of the prior administration."
"Do you think it might be time to rethink the thinking behind Abraham Accords, which basically if you sort of open them up, what they really seem to say is forget the Palestinians they they are not a problem, we're just going to move on and this clearly seems to have shown that's not true, right?" a reporter asked.
"We are not following the tactics of the prior administration," Psaki responded. "Aside from putting together a peace proposal that was dead on arrival, we don't think they did anything constructive to really to bring an end to the longstanding conflict in the Middle East."
Despite the comments from the reporter and Psaki, as Hamas continues its war on innocent civilians in Israel, the Abraham Accords are standing strong.
“The #AbrahamAccords Peace Agreement holds hopes for the region's peoples to live in peace and stability in a way that ensures sustainable development, Sheikh Abdullah said, affirming that wars and conflicts lead only to chaos and devastation.”https://t.co/fYOQ3pDLGV— ??? ?????? ???? Hassan Sajwani (@HSajwanization) May 17, 2021
When the UAE is more pro-Israel and anti-Hamas than Democrats in Congress and the Biden/Obama admin pic.twitter.com/lYAf1YJ8Un— Adam Kredo (@Kredo0) May 16, 2021
President @realDonaldTrump, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the UAE, and Foreign Minister Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani of Bahrain sign the Abraham Accords. pic.twitter.com/Un17fKFihj— Department of State (@StateDept) September 15, 2020