Trump: Biden’s ‘Weakness Provokes War And Death’

In a Saturday speech, former President Donald Trump slammed President Joe Biden’s foreign policy — arguing that Biden’s “weakness provokes war and death” worldwide.

Trump’s comments came during an appearance at the Republican Jewish Coalition Conference in Las Vegas, where he spoke about the aftermath of the October 7 terrorist attack on Israel — blaming the massacre on Biden’s foreign policy.

“Joe Biden’s weakness caused the attack on Israel,” the former president said. “Everywhere he goes, Biden’s weakness provokes war and death — because as history shows, evil only respects one thing: unyielding strength.”

Trump, who is currently the clear frontrunner in the Republican presidential primary, then discussed his support for Israel — noting that he supports the Israelis and Americans who were harmed during Hamas’ terrorist attacks. More than 1,400 Israelis and 30 Americans were killed during the attacks, while more than 200 people were kidnapped by the terrorist group.

“We love you, we grieve with you, we share your anger, and we stand with you … 110%.”

Trump also laid all of the blame for the continuing conflict between Israel and Hamas on the terrorist group — arguing that all of the bloodshed on both sides in the region right now is the fault of the terrorists. He explained that the conflict was not coming from two “equal sides,” and was instead a fight between good and evil — as Hamas “worships death” while Israel “cherishes life.”

“Let there be no doubt, the killers responsible for this massacre will burn forever in the eternal pit of hell,” Trump said.

He went on to vow to defend American lives during his second term — stating that, if a “drop” of American blood is shed under his leadership, the U.S. would “spill a gallon” of the perpetrators’ blood.

“To every American who is terrified that Joe Biden’s catastrophic weakness will bring our country to ruin… as your president, I will restore peace through strength on the earth,” Trump added.

He continued blasting Biden for his failures as president, arguing that his leadership has allowed the U.S. to become “like Europe” with “Jihads on every corner.”

“You take a look at London. You take a look at Paris. You take a look at what’s going on over there. We want to be the United States of America,” Trump said.

The former president also noted that the U.S. is viewed as weak worldwide under the Biden administration, but was “very feared” and “very respected” under the Trump administration — promising to bring back a sense of security and supremacy in his second term.

“When I am back in the White House, America’s enemies will know once again — and they’re gonna know it: that if you try to kill our citizens, we kill you,” Trump said.

He went on to condemn Biden’s response to the terrorist attacks as “one of the worst messages” he’s ever seen — citing the president’s announcement of $100 million in taxpayer money to be sent as “humanitarian assistance” to Gaza, which will likely be diverted to fund Hamas’ future terror attacks. Trump also mentioned Biden’s decision to unfreeze $6 billion in Iranian funds in exchange for five American hostages just before the Iran-backed Hamas terrorist attacks — accusing the Biden administration of “cuddling up to the killers in Iran.”