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VIDEO: Biden Sleeps While U.S. Hostages Suffer

This is our president? How pathetic!

Pressure is growing on President Joe Biden to secure the release of American hostages who are currently being held in a conflict-affected region in the Middle East.

According to Washington Examiner, the situation is complex, with more than 6,000 casualties and numerous individuals wounded. Approximately 200 hostages from various countries remain in captivity in tunnels under the Gaza strip.

The American government believes that a significant number of its citizens are among those held captive by terrorists. Some hostages, including Judith Raanan and her daughter Natalie, have been released for humanitarian reasons.

Despite these efforts, President Biden faced criticism for vacationing this weekend at his residence in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and not immediately addressing questions from the media about the remaining hostages. The President has defended his brief vacations to Delaware, stating that he was actively engaging with foreign leaders even during this time.

President Biden claims to have been in close contact with the Israeli Prime Minister, and both leaders have been working to ensure the continued flow of humanitarian assistance to the region. They also discussed ongoing efforts to secure the release of all remaining hostages and to provide safe passage for U.S. citizens and other civilians in the affected area who wish to leave.

Concerns have been raised within the Biden administration about the safety of the remaining hostages and other Americans in the region due to military operations conducted by the group holding the hostages. There are efforts to delay a full-scale invasion to allow Palestinian Americans more time to evacuate. U.S. officials, including Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Antony Blinken, have expressed concerns about the potential escalation of the conflict and are taking steps to ensure the safety and defense of U.S. citizens in the region.

Jonathan Dekel-Chen, a family member of one of the hostages, met with President Biden and expressed confidence in the administration’s commitment to securing the release of the remaining hostages.