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Trump looks to turn Israeli-Arab accords into votes

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Keir Simmons looks at how the Trump campaign is looking to turn Israeli-Arab accords into votes back home. CORRECTION: This report misstates the time frame during which Israeli settlements were established in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. Some actually date to the 1960s. And while the Oslo Accords did not promise land occupied by Israel since 1967 to the Palestinians, the Palestinians have long maintained that this land should be part of a future state.