Joe Biden cited the terrorist assaults in Israel by Hamas to justify his plea to get tens of billions of dollars in assistance for Ukraine in his address delivered in the Oval Office, and former President Trump is expected to criticize Biden for it this week.
The 45th president has written comments for his afternoon campaign appearance in Derry, New Hampshire. In them, he calls Biden’s address “a grotesque betrayal of Israel as well as an incoherent chaos of neocon warmongering in addition to America-last lunacy.”
According to planned comments, Trump is likely to say:
“Less than a week after innocent people had been kidnapped, sexually assaulted, subjected to torture as well as slaughtered in the most horrific terrorist attack in Israeli history, Crooked Joe ultimately went in front of the American People and stated that if you’re going to be supportive of ISRAEL, then you are required to provide a blank check to fund his proxy conflict with Russia in UKRAINE.”
“He declared that if you would like to stop TERRORISTS, then you’ll need to hand him billions of dollars to back the ILLEGAL ALIENS bombarding the United States.”
During his speech this week from a White House illuminated by red lights, Biden stated that the attack on Israel by Hamas, which resulted in over 1,300 deaths and over 3,000 injuries, “echoes almost 20 months of war, tragedies, and brutality inflicted on the citizens of Ukraine.”
He went on to say that Putin was like Hamas as the leader of Russia.
It was Biden who said, “They both would like to completely destroy a neighboring democracy. Hamas’s only option for staying alive is to destroy the State of Israel and kill Jewish people.”
“In the meantime, Putin says Ukraine has never been a real country. He says that the Soviet Union made Ukraine,” he added.
UPI reported that Biden officially asked Congress for $61.5 billion for Ukraine this week, $23.5 billion for Israel in food and military assistance, $7.4 billion for Taiwan, as well as another $13.6 billion for refugee officers and border police agents.
This week, Trump said Biden is only “a few inches away from putting this nation into a third world war.”
“Trump is going to promise that when he becomes president, he will bring back peace by means of strength and avoid World War Three to all Americans who are afraid that Crooked Joe’s weakness will lead to a terrible global conflict. He will also say that if he is re-elected, he will “completely support Israel’s mission” to “permanently” eliminate Hamas.
Several Republicans, like Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH), who has backed Trump, spoke out against Biden this week.
“Biden’s actions are repulsive.” Vance posted in a message on X, “He is utilizing deceased children in Israel to promote his terrible Ukraine policy to Americans who don’t believe him.”
“This attempt to use Israel as a political shield is wrong,” he said. “These aren’t similar countries and these are definitely not the same situations. No way!”