How was Trump "Israel's man" for four years?

The American presidential election, contested by the Republican president Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden, has started in the US amid great Israeli concern on its results, after four years of unprecedented American bias towards Israel.

Trump has enjoyed unlimited support from Israel and the pro-Israeli lobbying groups in the United States, but he still lacks the support of American Jews themselves.

Trump has long complained about the vote of American Jews in favor of his Democratic rival, saying that they do not like Israel; his statements were condemned by the American Jewish organizations.

Indeed, Trump helped Israel in a way that no other US president did, according to Israeli officials, as he recognized Jerusalem as "the capital of Israel", moved the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and cut off financial aid to the Palestinian Authority and UNRWA.

Adding to that, he sealed off the office of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in Washington, legitimized the Israeli settlements in Palestine, and recognized the sovereignty of Israel over the Syrian Golan Heights.

Months before the elections, Trump brokered the normalization deals between Israel and some of the Arab countries and aided the Israeli scientific researches on the settlements in the West Bank.

Above all, he announced the "Deal of the Century", which allows Israel to annex 30 percent of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem. He also denied the right of return to the Palestinian people.
Despite this support, a poll published by the American Jewish Committee showed that 75% of American Jews will vote for the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, compared to only 22% who will vote for Trump.

Trump was strongly supported by the leaders of the Israeli settlers, who on Monday held "prayers" in Hebron for his re-election as President of the United States due to his support for Israel.

In this regard, the spokesman of Hebron settlers, Yishai Fleischer, said, "We came here to thank Trump for his favor on us, and we wish him to be re-elected."
Israeli Intelligence Minister Cohen said that "there are five countries on the table to normalize with Israel: Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Morocco, and Niger."

"If Trump's presidency continues, we will be able to reach more deals," Cohen added.

Source : Safa