Oct 18, 2020 09:34 UTC
  • US delegation to visit Occupied Palestine, Bahrain, UAE Oct. 17-20

A delegation from the United States is set to visit the Occupied Palestine, Bahrain and the UAE on October 17-20 amid normalization brokered by the Trump administration.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will lead the US delegation, according to the department.

According to Press TV, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have signed agreements to officially hold relations with the Zionist regime. 

US President Donald Trump, who is running for re-election against former Vice President Joe Biden, has recently taken his campaign as far as the Occupied Palestine. 

“You have to thank Trump” read posters in Hebrew on minibuses in Tel Aviv this week, according to Reuters. 

According to the news agency, Israel matters in the November 3 election as many “American-Israelis are registered in swing states such as Florida and Pennsylvania, which could help decide the race.”

“That could be the deciding factor in that state’s contest,” Marc Zell, Chairman of Republicans Overseas Israel, was cited as saying, further claiming there are an estimated 25,000-30,000 eligible Florida voters in the country.

During his tenure since 2016, Trump has recognized  al-Quds as the capital of Israel and Syria’s Golan Heights as the regime’s territory.