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Kamala Harris Says ‘Consequences’ Possible if Israel Raids Rafah

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Vice President Kamala Harris suggested in an ABC News interview that the U.S. had not ruled out “consequences” for Israel if it invaded the southern Gaza city of Rafah against President Biden’s public warnings.

Biden has advised Israel not to attack Rafah due to Hamas using civilians there as human shields, while Israel says defeating the last Hamas battalions in Rafah is necessary to end the conflict.

“I have studied the maps” of Gaza,” Harris said.

When asked directly if consequences for Israel were ruled out, Harris replied “I am ruling out nothing.”

“Are you ruling out that there would be consequences from the United States?” Harris was asked.

“I am ruling out nothing,” Harris said.

Israel maintains it can move civilians away from Rafah during fighting and its prime minister has said Israel will enter Rafah with or without U.S. support.

“If we need to, we will do it alone,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.

Some critics argue the Biden administration is aiding Hamas by preventing Israel from destroying it fully.

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