Trump Criticizes Biden And Democrats’ Middle East Policy, Claiming They Are very Bad For Israel

Former President Donald Trump joined a host of Republican lawmakers in condemning President Biden’s and Democrats’ policies toward Israel.

As Israel continues to fight for survival against Hamas, Trump said Democratic leadership is “very bad” for the Jewish state.

“They’re really bad for Israel.” “The Democrats are very bad for Israel,” Trump remarked on “MediaBuzz” Sunday. “Israel sticks by them. I suppose Israel is loyal to a fault because they stick with these guys. Biden is extremely negative about Israel. “We shouldn’t have attacked them.”

“Israel wouldn’t have suffered an attack if Biden had been good to them.”

President Biden, who previously portrayed himself as a steadfast supporter of Israel, appears to have shifted his stance on the current conflict.


President Biden said that he and Netanyahu will have a “come to Jesus moment” during the State of the Union address.

“What’s happening is that [Netanyahu] has a right to defend Israel and to pursue Hamas, but he must pay more attention to the innocent lives being lost as a result of the actions taken,” Biden explained to MSNBC anchor Jonathan Capehart.

“He’s hurting Israel more than helping Israel,” he said, adding that it was “contrary to what Israel stands for.”

“I think it’s a big mistake, and I want to see a cease-fire,” Biden told Capehart.

Biden joins many other Democrats, particularly the progressive wing of the party, in calling for a cease-fire.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., urged Israel to pick a new prime minister to succeed Benjamin Netanyahu in order to progress toward long-term peace between Israelis and Palestinians through a two-state solution.

The majority leader claimed that “Prime Minister Netanyahu has lost his way by allowing his political survival to take precedence over the best interests of Israel.”

“He just said essentially that Bibi Netanyahu should take a walk,” Trump was quoted as saying.

“[Israel] also lost a significant number of individuals on October 7. People must remember that. I suspect [Schumer] may have forgotten it. He does not forget it. He seeks to see where I can obtain more votes. And I believe he is seeing the Palestinians and the marches, which are large. And he says, ‘I want to go that way instead of Israel,'” the former president added.

“All of a sudden, [Schumer] abandoned Israel. That’s what he is doing.” “He dropped Israel.”

President Biden appeared to endorse Schumer’s remarks, remarking on Friday from the Oval Office: “Senator Schumer called my office, my senior staff. I will not elaborate on the speech. He gave a good speech, and I believe he conveyed a significant concern held by many Americans.

“If he were supportive of Israel, the Iran nuclear deal would have never been signed and Israel would have never been attacked,” Trump said.

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