It’s starting to sound like the best broken record ever, but President Trump has struck yet another historic peace deal for Israel.

Although the Left likes to paint him as a “warmonger,” Trump has done more for world peace than almost any other president in history.

One of his most flawless records has been his administration’s foreign policy called the “Trump Doctrine” which has earned him several nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize.

In just four years, President Trump has made historical strides in following through on his promises to the American people to end endless wars, bring home our overseas troops, and restore America’s relationship with Israel.

As if that weren’t enough for one president in such a short amount of time, he also brokered the signing of the Abraham Accords which entailed several peace deals.

The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Serbia, Kosovo, and Sudan have all agreed to normalize relations and resume trade with the Jewish state under President Trump’s watch.

And now, another embattled country has joined a pact with Israel.

The North African country of Morocco became the fourth Arab country to agree “to full diplomatic relations” with the US’ strongest Middle Eastern ally.

President Trump broke the news on Thursday as he celebrated on Twitter, “Another HISTORIC breakthrough today!”

“Our two GREAT friends Israel and the Kingdom of Morocco have agreed to full diplomatic relations – a massive breakthrough for peace in the Middle East!”

As part of the deal, the president also announced that the United States will now recognize Morocco’s sovereignty in the Western Sahara.

“Morocco recognized the United States in 1777. It is thus fitting we recognize their sovereignty over the Western Sahara,” President Trump tweeted.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu celebrated the news in a statement where he described the deal as “a very warm peace,” Reuters reported.

“This will be a very warm peace. Peace has never – the light of peace on this Hanukkah day has never – shone brighter than today in the Middle East,” Netanyahu said.

This comes as peace is also in the works between Afghanistan and the Taliban, as well as other countries according to the Trump administration.

We can only hope that this level of peace in the Middle East remains in the event that Joe Biden does take office in January. It is in the best interest of America and the world to maintain peace between Israel and other Arab countries.