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Trump Humiliates Biden, Defends America

Trump did not hold back whatsoever!

Former President Donald Trump addressed the Republican Jewish Coalition on Saturday, expressing his perspective on the situation between Israel and Palestine, as well as his future plans regarding U.S. foreign policy in the region. During his speech in Las Vegas, which was broadcast live on Newsmax, Trump made several key points.

Trump pledged unwavering support for Israel, emphasizing his intention to stand firmly alongside the nation without hesitation or apology. He emphasized his commitment to assisting Israel in its efforts to combat Gaza and address the atrocities committed. He blamed what he referred to as Joe Biden’s “weakness” for the recent attack on Israel, asserting that strength is the only thing that evil respects.

Furthermore, Trump promised that, if he were to return to the White House, America’s enemies would face a formidable response. He declared that any attempt to harm American citizens would be met with a strong and decisive retaliation.

In transcript provided by Newsmax, Trump sternly warned, “When I am back in the White House, America’s enemies will know once again — and they’re going to know it — that if you try to kill our citizens, we kill you.”

Trump doubled down and said, “If you spill a drop of American blood, we spill a gallon of yours.”

In light of anti-Semitic protests and attacks on Jews in America and around the world amid the conflict between Israel and Palestine, Trump positioned himself as the leader who could prevent a potential World War III. He claimed that the recent attack by terrorists on Israel served as proof of the need for strong leadership in these turbulent times.

Trump expressed understanding and solidarity with those impacted by the conflict, emphasizing that the responsibility for the loss of lives in the conflict rests solely with terrorists and, to some extent, Iran.

Trump criticized Biden’s handling of Iran, particularly his perceived financial support for Gaza, which he described as humanitarian aid. He claimed that Biden’s policies were weakening America and potentially financing terror.

Throughout his speech, Trump highlighted his pro-Israel policies during his presidency, such as moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, and withdrawing from the U.N. Human Rights Council. He argued that his approach had been successful, despite initial skepticism.

In conclusion, Trump’s speech at the Republican Jewish Coalition centered on his support for Israel, his criticism of the current administration’s foreign policy, and his vision for a more assertive U.S. role in the region.