President-elect Joe Biden is poised to overturn some of President Trump's most notable domestic policies via executive order, and it seems likely he'll change course on a number of foreign policy directives, as well. That will apply to matters related to Israel, The Washington Post reports. Biden has already said he'll nix some plans, including Trump's controversial decision to relocate the United States embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, but it won't be an all or nothing approach, writes the Post.
Some of the Trump administration's initiatives appear likely to stick. For instance, Biden has endorsed groundbreaking deals Israel struck with Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and Sudan, which came to fruition with help from the White House.
"Not every single thing that President Trump has done in Israel is going to automatically be something that is opposed by the Biden administration," Michael Koplow, the policy director at the Israel Policy Forum, told the Post. Read more at The Washington Post.