Donald Trump On Benjamin Netanyahu : Former US President Donald Trump has accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of betraying him (Trump) just before the US killed a top Iranian general in 2020. Donald Trump has taken a slightly different stance from his support for Israel in the Republican presidential primary in response to Hamas attacks.
Trump in the race for presidential election
Trump’s comments at a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Wednesday were immediately condemned by many Republicans who oppose him, including Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. DeSantis is against Trump in the race for candidates for the 2024 presidential election. After the Hamas attack, most American leaders have stood in support of Israel. President Joe Biden has said about the attack that it was the deadliest day ever for Jews. At least 2,500 people have been killed on both Israel and Palestine sides.
described his experiences with politicians as bad
Trump, who is running for the Republican presidential nomination, said at the rally that his prayers are with Israel. He talked about standing with Israel, but described his experiences with its leaders as bad. “Israel was going to do this to us and it was being planned and had been in the works for months,” he said of the killing of General Qasim Suleimani, the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force.
‘Israel will not participate in this attack’
Trump said, “We had made complete preparations, but the night before the day the work was to be carried out, I got a call that Israel would not participate in this attack.” The former US President said, “Someone said.” Haven’t heard this story before. They did not tell us the reason. I will never forget that Bibi (Benjamin) Netanyahu disappointed us,” he said. “We were disappointed in him. Was very disappointed. But we did that work ourselves and did it with complete accuracy. And then Bibi tried to take credit for it.
‘They cannot be trusted’
An attempt was made to get a response from Netanyahu’s office in this regard, but no immediate response was received. But Communications Minister Shlomo Karhi told Israel’s Channel 13, “It is shameful that a person like the former President of the United States promotes propaganda and broadcasts things that hurt the feelings of Israel’s fighters and its citizens.” He said, “We don’t need to bother with him and his nonsense.” Have Trump’s comments made it clear that he cannot be trusted? In response, Karhi said, ‘Absolutely.’