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President Trump Received Morocco’s Highest Award for Work on Middle East Relations

While being chastised and blacklisted by liberals, Democrats and the Hollywood elite here at home, President Trump continues to receive accolades for doing a job well done. On Friday, Morocco honored Trump with its highest award “for his work in advancing a normalization deal between Israel and Morocco” according to a senior administration official, reported Reuters.

Reuters described the “private Oval Office ceremony” where “Princess Lalla Joumala Alaoui, who is Morocco’s ambassador to the United States, gave Trump the Order of Muhammad, an award given only to heads of state.” The award “was a gift from Morocco’s King Mohammed VI.”

In only the last five months, the United States has assisted in brokering deals between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco aimed at normalizing relations and opening economic ties. White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and Middle East envoy Avi Berkowitz also received awards for their participation in the Israel-Morocco deal reached in December.

According to Reuters, the media was not allowed to witness the award ceremony, also stating that Kushner and his team had plans to pursue more agreements between Israel and the Arab world prior to Trump losing his re-election.

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