Donald Trump

Trump: It's bad politically, but I support Israel

During an election rally, Trump said: "I support Israel's right to win the war against terrorism. I don't know if it's good or bad politically. I don't care. It's the right thing to do."

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During an election rally in New Jersey, former President Donald Trump condemned President Biden's decision to delay arms shipments to Israel and declared that he supports Israel's right to defeat Hamas.

In his speech, Trump said: "Biden set the world on fire. If you want to know how weak and pathetic a president he is, look at the things he's done. This week he announced that he would prevent Israel from receiving weapons while they fight to destroy Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip. It's shocking to hear that and even more so when there are Americans being held hostage by Hamas."

"There are those who say that the October 7th massacre never took place, and Biden has swallowed this lie. Crooked Joe's actions are one of the most despicable betrayals of an American friend in the history of our country. I support Israel's right to win its war on terror. I don't know if it is politically good or bad and I don't care. It's probably bad politically, but you have to do what's right," he pointed out.


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