Trump promises to crush the demonstrations in Gaza

Trump promises to crush the demonstrations in Gaza

It was during an event for wealthy Jewish financial backers who were asked to donate money to his upcoming election campaign. The meeting was held in New York on May 14. Many wealthy philanthropists have expressed concern that student protesters could hold important positions in the future, and that this could be problematic for Israel's relationship with the United States.

Trump said: If I am re-elected, I will set this movement back 25 or 30 years. Washington Post Who first mentioned the meeting.

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Trump said that his organization would deport any foreign student who participates in the protests.

Several universities in the United States recently witnessed large demonstrations against American support for the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip, as well as some universities’ support for Israel.

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Trump praised the NYPD's crackdown on students at Columbia University and said that line should be followed in other parts of the country.

– Trump said: – This must stop.

Republicans made demonstrations on American universities a point in their election campaign. They believe that the demonstrations show the chaos that prevails under Joe Biden. At the Capitol, hearings were held to address what is believed to be rising anti-Semitism among students.

Donald Trump has previously expressed doubts about the Israeli war in the Gaza Strip. “You don't have the support you had before. 15 years ago, Israel had the strongest lobby. If you were a politician, you wouldn't be able to say anything negative about Israel. That would be the end of your political career,” he told Israeli reporters earlier this year. “Today it is almost the opposite.”

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During the meeting held in New York on May 14, he said that he supports “Israel’s war on terrorism.”

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