In a recent speech, former President Donald Trump criticized President Joe Biden's foreign policy decisions, suggesting they played a role in recent global conflicts, particularly the attack on Israel.
Trump voiced his concerns about Biden's approach to international relations. He believes that Biden's perceived "weakness" has had dire consequences on the global stage.
Former President Trump didn't hold back in his critique. He stated that Biden's foreign policy decisions directly led to the October 7 attack on Israel.
Furthermore, he condemned the actions of Hamas, the Islamic terrorist group, attributing the subsequent violence and deaths to them.
Trump was quoted saying, "Joe Biden’s weakness caused the attack on Israel. Everywhere he goes, Biden’s weakness provokes war and death — because as history shows, evil only respects one thing: unyielding strength."
Trump's speech wasn't just about criticism. He expressed deep sympathy and support for both Americans and Israelis affected by the terrorist attacks, The Daily Wire reported.
He emphasized the disparity between the two sides of the conflict, portraying Israel as a nation that values life while painting Hamas as a group that glorifies death.
Before delving into a strong statement, Trump mentioned, "Let there be no doubt, the killers responsible for this massacre will burn forever in the eternal pit of hell."
The former president also shared his apprehensions about the direction in which America is headed under Biden's leadership.
He drew parallels between the current state of the U.S. and the situations in European cities like London and Paris.
Trump reminisced about his tenure, asserting that the U.S. was both feared and respected during his administration.
He confidently stated, "When I am back in the White House, America’s enemies will know once again — and they’re gonna know it: that if you try to kill our citizens, we kill you."
Trump also took the opportunity to criticize Biden's financial decisions, particularly the allocation of American taxpayer money. He expressed dismay over the $100 million designated for Gaza and the West Bank as "humanitarian assistance" to Palestinians.
Trump argued that such funds would likely end up in the hands of Hamas. He also disapproved of Biden's decision to release $6 billion in Iranian funds in exchange for American hostages.
In his speech, Trump emphasized, "To every American who is terrified that Joe Biden’s catastrophic weakness will bring our country to ruin … as your president, I will restore peace through strength on the earth."