Obama reveals in his diary the smartest leader in the Arab...

Former US President Barack Obama revealed in his diary “The Promised Land” about the smartest leader in the Gulf according to his opinion.

Obama spoke about the events that took place in the Arab countries within a year 2011 after the situation in Syria and Libya deteriorated, saying in his book that “the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, may be the smartest leader in the Gulf region.”

In his book, Obama touched on the tense relations that were between him and the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, due to the Iran nuclear deal, saying that he managed to overcome the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, which is the Israeli lobby in America.

In an interview with the German NTV channel broadcast today, Wednesday, Obama spoke about the main failures that occurred during his presidency, including the Syrian tragedy and his attempts to persuade the international community to preserve a united Syria.

Obama said: “In the field of foreign policy, the tragedy in Syria continues to cause me real pain. During the events of 2011 that occurred in a number of Arab countries, Egypt was at the top of my concerns, and then Libya, and after that the Syrian crisis began to worsen.”

He added, “I was not able to attract and convince the international community not to allow the collapse of Syria. So far, I have not been able to stop thinking about the human tragedies that occurred after that.”

The former US president indicated that he had failed to boost his popularity within the Democratic Party, saying: “Even after my re-election we were unable to obtain a majority in the Senate. I was more restricted than I want when I passed some laws.”

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