Former President Donald Trump said he was worried that the recent attack by Hamas terrorists on Israeli citizens appears to have the makings of a global war on the scale of World War III.
Monday in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, President Trump made a connection between the attack by Hamas and the large number of young male military-age immigrants who came to the US without being properly vetted during the Biden administration. He said it reminded him of what happened at Pearl Harbor.
“Some of the same people who just attacked Israel” were the immigrants, he said. He also said that Biden’s policy of keeping the border open had let “tens of thousands of terrorists into our country.”
President Trump expressed concerns about the imminent possibility of World War III at one of his campaign speeches. “We are in grave danger of having World War III. This will be world obliteration. This is a real deal.”
In the event that he was re-elected, President Trump said that he would successfully stop a global war of unprecedented scale, which is sometimes called “World War III.” When asked about the ongoing bullying by the Kremlin toward Ukraine and the fighting in Israel and Gaza, the person in question said that such violent acts would not have happened when they were in charge.
TRUMP: “We are in very very grave danger of having a World War III and this will be a war of obliteration… and we have a man that can’t even walk off stage…” pic.twitter.com/utzjGiwTRq
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When Trump talked about the recent attack on Israel by Hamas, he also brought up the large amount of military equipment that the Biden administration left behind in Afghanistan. It’s important to remember that the US and other countries have publicly called Hamas a terrorist organization, and the group is linked to other terrorist groups.
A spokesman for Hamas named Ghazi Hamas told the BBC that the group had gotten help from the Islamic dictatorship in Iran during its attack on a rural Israeli village.
The subject of conversation is guns.
Concerning possible ties between Hamas and the Taliban, the Council on Foreign Relations released a warning on October 9. As a result, the Taliban have bought about $7 billion worth of U.S. military gear that was left behind when the Biden government left Afghanistan in 2021.
Some U.S. soldiers, including President Trump and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), have made guesses about whether or not there are American weapons in videos showing the horrible violence that Hamas terrorists have done to Israelis and Americans.
The idea doesn’t have any real-world proof, as Democrats quickly point out by calling it an extreme conspiracy theory.
The Biden administration’s first response to the tragedy was a statement posted on X, which is now known as Twitter. In it, they told Israel to be calm and not fight back against the violent ambush that killed at least 260 people at a music festival.
The post in question was quickly taken down by the U.S. State Department, which made a lot of people angry, even those with different opinions.
In response to a post on X, Senator Ted Cruz, representing the state of Texas and affiliated with the Republican Party, expressed his demand for “every single person involved in drafting and approving the post to be immediately expelled from the U.S. government.”
Len Khodorkovsky, who used to be the Trump administration’s deputy assistant secretary of state for policy, said that the Biden administration’s call for Israel to stop what it is doing was “pathetic” and “emboldens the terrorists and endangers the civilians.”
In a statement, the White House said that it “unequivocally condemns the attack of Hamas.” Individuals from the United States are among the many people who have sadly died or are missing. Reports say that Hamas has also taken many people kidnapped.
President Trump made his third public appearance since the attacks on Israel. His first two were in Iowa, and now he was in New Hampshire.
Trump gave the same threat last Saturday in Iowa.
He told his fans in Cedar Rapids, not long after Hamas’ armed incursion into the country began, “We are closer to World War III than we’ve ever been.” And I’m the only one who can stop World War III.”
Trump went on to say that a possible war of this kind would be the deadliest ever, citing important advances in weapons.
“That won’t be a war with army tanks going back and forth, too,” Trump warned. “That will be a war with weaponry the likes of which this world has never seen before … I know it. I know it better than anybody.”
The former president harshly attacked President Joe Biden’s leadership, saying that his actions “caused this war with his stupidity” both at home and abroad, which he said was because he wasn’t smart enough. Trump said that other things the Biden administration did, like loosening rules at the border and passing laws to require voter ID, were also factors.