(TheRedWire.com) – Former President Trump stated during a recent interview for Univision, which was aired on Thursday night, that they should allow the Israel-Hamas war to “play out” despite the concerns over the civilian casualties.
During the interview, Trump argued that in the war that had broken out in the region, it was most likely that they needed to allow it to play out as many people were dying. He added that the war should have never begun and that there is “no way it would have started again.” He then pointed out that Iran was leading the fight because Iran had the money to fund this, and he noted that they needed to stop this situation.
Trump further pointed out that if he were still in office, the Israel-Hamas war would not have erupted as he had a hardline approach to Iran. He added that currently, the situation was made more complicated because of how much “hatred” was involved in the conflict.
Trump stated that there was “no hatred like the Palestinian hatred of Israel” and most like the “other way around.” He said that while it was not obvious that was most likely the case, there were certain situations where it was just best to allow things to play out.
On Oct. 7, Hamas, a Palestinian militant group that is in control of Gaza, launched a surprise terrorist attack against Israel, killing over 1,400 Israelis. In retaliation, Israel launched heavy airstrikes against Gaza, killing over 10,000 Palestinians while millions of others were displaced.
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