"Weekly Standard" editor Stephen Hayes said President Trump's actions in Saudi Arabia and Israel signaled that "the Obama administration is over."

Hayes said Trump covered a lot of ground during his time in Riyadh and thus far in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

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"Trump signaled in a number of different ways that the Obama administration really is over," Hayes said on "Special Report."

Hayes said it was important for Trump to commit a "major reset" in relations with the Arab world, working to unite them against terrorism.

He noted that Trump underlined the danger Iran poses to its neighbors, as opposed to President Obama who negotiated with Tehran.

Hayes added that Trump's "embrace" of Israel as America's top ally was an important step in showing the region that Obama is no longer the president.

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