Israel war: House Demo­c­rat sug­gests Oba­ma as per­son to free hostages from Hamas

Israel war: House Democrat suggests Obama as person to free hostages from Hamas

A House Demo­c­rat called for for­mer Pres­i­dent Barack Oba­ma to be sent as a chief nego­tia­tor to free the hostages held by Hamas.
In a state­ment on Tues­day, Rep. Shri Thanedar (D‑MI) called for a 72-hour “human­i­tar­i­an cease­fire” in Gaza to nego­ti­ate the release of the rough­ly 240 hostages held by Hamas and to facil­i­tate the sur­ren­der of the ter­ror group’s lead­ers. He asked Pres­i­dent Joe Biden to appoint a chief nego­tia­tor for the task, sug­gest­ing the ide­al can­di­date would be the pres­i­den­t’s for­mer boss.
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“Today, I am call­ing on Israel to insti­tute a 72-hour human­i­tar­i­an pause to nego­ti­ate the release of the hostages held by Hamas and the sur­ren­der of Hamas lead­ers respon­si­ble for the Oct. 7 attack,” Thanedar said. “Dur­ing this pause, Pres­i­dent Biden should appoint a chief nego­tia­tor to bring all par­ties to the table. I can think of no one bette …