Former President Donald Trump weighed in on the terrorist attack that has so far claimed the lives of over 1,000 innocent civilians.
According to Breitbart, during a campaign stop in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Trump voiced his opinion on what should happen to the Hamas terrorists involved in the attack.
Trump voiced his support for the Jewish state, and as other Republican presidential candidates stated, agreed that Israel has the right to defend itself.
"I stood proudly with our friend and ally, the state of Israel—and I will do it again," Trumpsaid.
"The terror invasion of Israeli territory and the murder of Israeli soldiers and citizens is an act of savagery that must and will be crushed and avenged. It has to be crushed," Trump declared.
Trump added, "Israel is at war, and the United States has to support Israel. There has been no better president for Israel than me."
“As president, I will once again stand with Israel and we will cut off the money to Palestinian terrorists on day one.” - President Trump in Cedar Rapids, Iowa pic.twitter.com/WJa8Zv2wvj
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) October 7, 2023
Trump blamed President Joe Biden for the attack, at least indirectly. He noted the $6 billion that was transferred that Iran has access to for what the administration claimed was "humanitarian purposes."
"I predicted War on Israel immediately after it was announced that Joe Biden gave $6 billion to Iran. They got so much money," Trump said.
He added, "At this time, Israel and the United States need very strong partnership and leadership. You gotta have strong leaders. If you don’t have strong leaders, it doesn’t matter how many army tanks you have."
"In addition to the billions of dollars given to Hamas’s top funder, Iran, Joe Biden restored hundreds of millions of dollars to very corrupt Palestinian entities,” Trump added.
“He gave them hundreds of millions of dollars. Many people didn’t even know it. Wonder what deal he made? Joe Biden betrayed Israel, he betrayed our country.”
The White House and many Democrats have attempted to deny that Biden is in any way, shape, or form, but many Americans disagree.