Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir calls on Trump to resign

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad has called on US President Donald Trump to step down.

Mahathir was answering journalists’ questions about the so-called peace deal unveiled by Trump at a news conference on the Inter-Parliamentary Platform for Kuds.

Asked what advice he has for Trump on the so-called peace deal, Mahathir replied, “Resignation.”

On January 28 in Washington, without representation by the Palestinian Authority, US President Donald Trump unveiled the 80-page plan along with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who, among other things, envisions Quds to remain Israel’s “undivided” capital.

Under the plan, dubbed by Trump as the “Century Accord,” the US also recognizes illegal Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, while Palestinian refugees are denied the right to return to their hometowns.

During the unveiling of the plan, Trump claimed that this is the “last chance” for the Palestinians to have an independent state.


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