Trump accus­es Biden of betray­ing Israel dur­ing New Hamp­shire stop

For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump railed against Pres­i­dent Joe Biden for wreak­ing “weak­ness, con­flict, and chaos” with his for­eign pol­i­cy after Hamas’s dead­ly ter­ror­ist attacks against Israel.
Biden “betrayed” Israel, accord­ing to Trump, who promised that if he wins the 2024 Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial nom­i­na­tion, as he is poised to do, and next year’s elec­tion, he would “once again stand strong­ly” with the ally.
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“This war hap­pened for three rea­sons: the allow­ing by the Biden admin­is­tra­tion of Iran to sell mas­sive amounts of oil, mak­ing $60 bil­lion dol­lars … the Unit­ed States giv­ing Iran $6 bil­lion dol­lars ran­som mon­ey … and our country’s per­ceived weak­ness with an incom­pe­tent and cor­rupt leader, Joe Biden, who’s laughed at all over the world,” he said Mon­day dur­ing a ral­ly in Wolfeboro, New Hamp­shire.
“We will cut off the mon­ey to Pales­tin­ian ter­ror­ists on Day One and reim­pose the trav­el ban on ter­ror-afflict­ed coun­tries,” he added.
Speak­ing off-script as he expe­ri­enced teleprompter prob­lems, Trump, who also pro­mot­ed his Israel-Arab rela­tions nor­mal­iza­tion deal, the Abra­ham Accords, quipped Biden would be in “big trou­ble” if that hap­pened to him and joked about how the incum­bent pres­i­dent repeat­ed­ly becomes “lost” after deliv­er­ing an ad …