the truth? If I hadn't come, I think Israel would have been destroyed by now. OK?" said Donald Trump. Who was the most powerful man in the world sat in the luxurious lobby of the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and talked about his years in the White House. This was the beginning of a series of exclusive conversations that the former president of the United States had with the journalist and political commentator Barak Ravid for the benefit of a book This. There is no person in the world, and certainly in the United States and Israel, who has not been exposed to Trump's turbulent personality, but the extraordinary details he revealed - especially about security cooperation and his relationship with Benjamin Netanyahu - have not been heard by any Israeli journalist, and here you can read about them for the first time. During his presidency, Trump changed the face of the Middle East: he withdrew from the nuclear agreement with Iran, moved the United States embassy to Jerusalem, recognized the Golan Heights as part of Israel, presented a plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the highlight - the peace and normalization agreements between Israel and four Arab countries." The "Abraham Accords" are Trump's greatest achievement, states Ravid, and they would not have come into existence without him - despite and perhaps precisely because of his controversial personality. The book dives into the intricacies of Trump's term in office and into the depths of the secret alliance between Israel and the Gulf states, and contains exclusive insights and stories from his perspective Net with dozens of senior Israelis, Americans and Arabs in Jerusalem, Washington, Abu Dhabi, Manama and Berbat. Ravid reveals what happened behind the scenes between the leaders, and in particular the decisive part in the achievement of the diplomats, spies and mediators - the lesser known heroes of the biggest breakthrough in the peace process in the Middle East in the last 25 years. Trump's Peace is the most extensive and comprehensive documentation of these four dramatic years in the Middle East. Put aside everything you thought you knew about the Trump administration's relationship with Israel. Text for the right flap: • What was the real relationship between Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu? • Why was Trump angry with Israel after the assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani? • What was Trump's opinion about Benny Gantz and Israeli politics? • How did the Abraham agreements come into existence and did Netanyahu really want them? • How were the secret embassies of Israel established in the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain? • Who is the "man of the shadows" who weaves the secret relations with Sudan? • Did Netanyahu know and approve in advance the F35 deal between the United States and the United Arab Emirates? Text for the left flap: Barak Ravid is the political commentator of the Walla! website. and the Middle East correspondent for the American news site Axios. Ravid began his journalistic career in 2005, first as an editor and as a political correspondent for the NRG Maariv website, then, for more than a decade, he served as a reporter and political commentator for "Haaretz" and later as a political commentator for Channel 13 News. In the years he covered Israel's foreign and security policy, unnecessary reporting From 30 beers on five continents. He covered the tenure of three prime ministers in Israel and three American presidents and published hundreds of exposés, investigations and exclusive interviews that influenced decision makers in Washington, Jerusalem and throughout the Middle East. In 2019-2020 he published two series of in-depth articles on the secret relations between Israel and the Gulf countries. A few months later, the "Abraham Agreements" came into the world. Ravid graduated with a bachelor's degree in the history of the Middle East from Tel Aviv University. He is married and father of a daughter and a son.