Trump Doubts Hamas Will Return Israeli Hostages, Criticizes Biden Leadership

Former President Donald Trump expressed skepticism about the chances of Hamas returning Israeli hostages as he questioned the ongoing negotiations for a cease-fire. Mr. Trump took to his social media platform, Truth Social, to assert that Hamas is struggling to produce the expected number of hostages, suggesting that many of them may no longer be in their custody. He also criticized Hamas, claiming that the group is incapable of holding Jewish hostages for an extended period without harming them.

In addition to addressing the issue of Israeli hostages, Mr. Trump reiterated his criticism of President Biden, accusing him of lacking leadership and implying that the recent Hamas attack on Israel would not have occurred during his presidency. This comes following reports of Israeli airstrikes in Rafah, resulting in casualties among Palestinians.

Meanwhile, Secretary of State Antony Blinken has expressed plans to urge Israeli leaders to increase humanitarian aid to Gaza and has emphasized the importance of securing a cease-fire and the release of Israeli hostages by Hamas to address the humanitarian crisis in the region. The ongoing violence has led to heightened tensions in the Middle East and has prompted protests on college campuses in the United States.

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