Rep. Donalds says Americans ‘need TRUMP back’ amid deadly war between Hamas and Israel

by Alex Caldwell

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Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., slammed Biden for his negligence on the war in Israel, calling on Americans to “vote him out” for reportedly stranding his own citizens in the country.

In a post to X (formerly Twitter) on Monday, Donalds contrasted Biden to President Trump, writing that Israel “had no greater ally in the White House than the Trump administration.”

“President TRUMP was the FIRST U.S. President to visit the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, Israel,” Donalds posted.

He continued, “Israel has no greater ally in the White House than the Trump administration, and his commitment to the Jewish people never wavered. We need TRUMP back in the White House.”

Palestinian Hamas terrorists invaded Israeli territory on Saturday, kick-starting a bloody and violent war. According to the Associated Press, the current death toll stands at 2,200 lives lost on both sides.

The State Department confirmed on Monday that at least 22 Americans were killed in the terrorist attacks, with another 17 still reported as missing.

The U.S. does not have plans to activate the Civil Reserve Air Fleet program, per Politico, to rescue American passengers from conflict zones in the area.

Meanwhile, Joe Biden on Monday unveiled his plans to slash junk fees for hotels and concert tickets, seemingly ignoring the Americans stranded in war-torn Israel.

Rep. Donalds criticized the Biden administration’s negligence, writing that while Americans were left stranded in Israel, “Joe Biden is hosting events at the White House to address the hidden fees on airlines purchases.”

“Send a damn PLANE to ISRAEL for our people,” Donalds posted to X. “Vote him out. Vote him out. Vote him out.”

While delivering remarks in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, on Monday, President Trump said that his administration brought “peace through strength” both at home and abroad.

“When I was your president, we had peace through strength. Now we have weakness, conflict, and chaos,” said Trump. “The atrocities we are witnessing in Israel would never have happened if I were president.”

Trump also noted that he not only withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal but he also imposed sanctions on the country. He also imposed a travel ban that kept terrorists “the hell out of our country.”

“Joe Biden undid it—he undid it all,” Trump told supporters in New Hampshire.

President Trump also brokered the historic Abraham Accords peace deal in 2020, normalizing diplomatic peace relations between Israel and the Arab states.

Trump’s landmark deal was also cause for his 2021 Nobel Peace Prize nomination, as the deal marked the first time since 1993 that Jordan recognized Israel, and Egypt since 1977, as previously reported by RSBN.

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