Trump says Biden 'betrayed Israel and the Jewish community,' vowed to strengthen relations if elected in 2024

LAS VEGAS – Former President Trump said Saturday that he is “proud to be the greatest friend Israel has ever had in the White House,” declared that President Biden has “betrayed Israel and the Jewish community,” and vowed that, if re-elected in 2024, the United States will “stand with” the Jewish state “once again.”

Trump, addressing the Republican Jewish Coalition annual conference via satellite on Saturday, just days after announcing his 2024 presidential campaign, warned that the Biden administration is “destroying our nation before our very eyes.”

“We have to push back hard on every overreach and call out every single failure, of which there’s so many, and then we have to take back the White House in 2024 — that’s imperative,” Trump said, promising to “revitalize our alliances with our close friend and ally, the State of Israel.”

People listen as former President Donald Trump speaks remotely to an annual leadership meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, in Las Vegas.  (AP Photo/John Locher)

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“The alliance is not strong now, not even strong by a little bit,” Trump said. “Under my administration, we fought for Israel and the Jewish community

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