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Biden Uses Late-Night Comedy Interview To Lecture Israel

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President Joe Biden emphasized support for Israel in its fight against Hamas terrorists during an interview with Seth Meyers.

He highlighted the importance of releasing hostages for a ceasefire and warned that continued attacks in Gaza could jeopardize Israel’s global support.

Biden acknowledged the challenging path towards a two-state solution and expressed concerns about potential loss of international backing for Israel due to its actions.

Biden said, “There is a path forward, with difficulty. Here’s the path forward. Look, first of all, there are– the hostages being held must be released and if we’ve got at least in principle an agreement, there will be a ceasefire while that takes place.”

“Ramadan’s coming up and there’s been an agreement by the Israelis that they would not engage in activities during Ramadan as well in order to give us time to get all the hostages out,” he continued.

Biden explained, “Look, Israel has had the overwhelming support of the vast majority of nations. If it keeps this up without – with this incredibly conservative government they have, and Ben-Gvir and others – I’ve known every major foreign policy leader in Israel since Golda Meir – they’re gonna lose support from around the world, and that is not in Israel’s interest.”

Many nations, while supporting Israel, have urged restraint in Gaza, citing concerns over civilian casualties.

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