President Joe Biden visited Israel before most Democrats alive today were born.
Biden is standing firm behind the embattled Jewish state in the aftermath of Hamas terrorist attacks. While the majority of the Democratic Party is behind him at the moment, that stance could be challenged over time.
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“This is a moment for the United States to come together, to grieve with those who are mourning,” Biden said Tuesday. “Let’s be real clear. There is no place for hate in America. Not against Jews, not against Muslims. Not against anybody. What we reject is terrorism. We condemn the indiscriminate evil as we’ve always done. That’s what America stands for.”
He then made an unequivocal statement of support for Israel.
“Let there be no doubt,” Biden continued. “The United States has Israel’s back. We’ll make sure the Jewish and democratic state of Israel can defend itself today, tomorrow, as we always have. It’s as simple as that.”
President Joe Biden speaks Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2023, as Vice President Kamala Harris …