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Trump Blames Biden for Israel-Gaza Violence

Former President Donald Trump claimed on Monday that the "atrocities we are witnessing in Israel would never have happened if I was president." Trump made the claim during a campaign speech in New Hampshire, where he is endorsing Republican candidates for the 2022 midterm elections.

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Former President Donald Trump criticizes President Biden over the Hamas attack on Israel, as the 2024 Republican presidential candidate addresses supporters at a campaign event in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, on Monday. (Fox News - Paul Steinhauser)

Trump's claim is based on the recent escalation of violence between Israel and Hamas, the Palestinian militant group that controls the Gaza Strip. The violence has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of people, both Israelis and Palestinians.

Trump has repeatedly criticized the Biden administration's handling of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He has accused the administration of being weak on terrorism and of not doing enough to support Israel.

The Biden administration has condemned the violence in Israel and Gaza, and has called for a ceasefire. However, the administration has also said that it will continue to work with both sides to find a lasting solution to the conflict.

President Biden has repeatedly decried what he calls the "unconscionable" attack by Hamas and has pledged that the U.S. will make sure Israel has "what it needs to defend itself." The president on Saturday emphasized that the U.S. "stands with the people of Israel in the face of these terrorist assaults.

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