Trump Criticizes Biden Over Hamas Ceasefire Talks, Doubts Hostage Safety

Former President Donald Trump is raising concerns about the ceasefire negotiations between Israel and Hamas. He believes that Hamas cannot be trusted to return hostages and suggests that the hostages may already be dead. Mr. Trump blames President Biden for the escalating tensions in the Middle East, accusing him of emboldening bad actors such as Hamas and increasing the risk of World War III.

While world leaders, including President Biden, are working to negotiate a ceasefire deal that focuses on freeing Israeli hostages, Mr. Trump expressed doubt about Hamas’s ability to produce the hostages for a deal. He stated that Hamas is incapable of holding Jewish people for an extended period without harming them and emphasized that the situation would not have occurred during his presidency.

On the other hand, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre expressed cautious optimism about the progress in the ceasefire talks and emphasized the importance of Hamas’s cooperation in reaching a resolution. President Biden has been actively engaging with world leaders, including the amir of Qatar and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi, to address the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken has urged Hamas to accept an Israeli proposal for a truce and release the hostages. Meanwhile, Egypt has hosted a Hamas delegation to discuss a possible ceasefire amid reports of Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. The conflict has led to protests on college campuses, prompting renewed criticism and questions about President Biden’s handling of the situation.

Mr. Trump’s allies have criticized the Biden administration for its approach to the conflict, citing past actions and diplomatic relationships with key players in the region. They express skepticism about finding a quick solution and emphasize the differences in handling the situation between President Biden and Mr. Trump. Some, like Lt. General Keith Kellogg, doubt the viability of a two-party solution at present and assert their support for Israel in the conflict with Hamas.

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