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The ex-president, Donald Trump, expressed concern that the recent violent assault carried out by Hamas militants against Israeli civilians possesses characteristics reminiscent of a global conflict on the scale of World War III.

During a public address in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, on Monday, President Trump made a connection between the influx of young, male, military-aged immigrants entering the United States without proper vetting under the Biden administration and the attack by Hamas reminiscent of the events at Pearl Harbor.

He characterized the immigrants as “some of the same people who just attacked Israel” and said that under Biden’s open border policy, the United States has allowed “tens and thousands of terrorists into our country.”

President Trump expressed concerns about the imminent possibility of World War III at one of his campaign speeches. “We are in grave danger of having World War III. This will be world obliteration. This is a real deal.”

President Trump asserted that he would effectively prevent the occurrence of a global conflict of unprecedented magnitude, sometimes referred to as World War III, in the event of his successful reelection. Regarding the ongoing aggression by the Kremlin towards Ukraine and the instances of conflict in Israel and Gaza, the individual in question asserted that such acts of violence would not have transpired during their leadership.


TRUMP: “We are in very very grave danger of having a World War III and this will be a war of obliteration… and we have a man that can’t even walk off stage…”

— ALX (@alx) October 9, 2023

Trump also raised the issue of the substantial stockpile of military weaponry that was abandoned by the Biden administration in Afghanistan, when discussing the recent attack on Israel by Hamas. It is worth noting that Hamas has been officially labeled as a terrorist organization by the United States and other nations, and maintains connections with various other terrorist groups.

According to Ghazi Hamas, a representative of Hamas, he informed the BBC that the organization had obtained assistance from the Iranian Islamic dictatorship during its attack on a rural Israeli community.

The topic of discussion pertains to weapons.

On October 9, the Council on Foreign Relations issued a cautionary statement regarding probable connections between Hamas and the Taliban. This is in light of the Taliban’s acquisition of around $7 billion worth of U.S. military equipment that was abandoned after the Biden administration’s pullout from Afghanistan in 2021.

President Trump, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), and certain U.S. veterans have engaged in conjecture on the potential presence of American weaponry in video recordings depicting the reprehensible acts of violence perpetrated by Hamas terrorists against both Israelis and patriots.

The theory lacks empirical evidence, as Democrats promptly refute the notion as an extreme conspiracy.

The initial response of the Biden administration to the incident involved a statement posted on X, now known as Twitter, in which they advised Israel to exercise restraint and refrain from retaliating against the violent ambush that resulted in the tragic deaths of at least 260 attendees at a music festival.

The aforementioned post was expeditiously removed by the U.S. State Department, eliciting widespread public indignation among those holding divergent perspectives.

In response to a post on X, Senator Ted Cruz, representing the state of Texas and affiliated with the Republican Party, expressed his demand for “every single person involved in drafting and approving the post to be immediately expelled from the U.S. government.”

Len Khodorkovsky, a former deputy assistant secretary of state in the Trump administration, expressed his disapproval of the Biden administration’s request for Israel to cease its actions “pathetic” along with the fact it “emboldens the terrorists and endangers the civilians.”

The White House has issued a statement expressing its “unequivocally condemns the attack of Hamas.” American citizens are among the numerous individuals who have tragically lost their lives or are unaccounted for. Hamas has reportedly held numerous individuals hostage as well.

President Trump’s visit to New Hampshire marked his third appearance subsequent to the Israeli attacks, following two prior visits to Iowa.

In Iowa last Saturday, Trump issued the same warning.

While addressing supporters in Cedar Rapids, shortly after the commencement of Hamas’ military incursion into the nation, he stated, “We are closer to World War III than we’ve ever been. And I’m the only one that will prevent World War III.”

Trump on to assert that a potential conflict of this nature would possess unparalleled lethality, citing notable developments in weaponry.

“That won’t be a war with army tanks going back and forth, too,” Trump warned. “That will be a war with weaponry the likes of which this world has never seen before … I know it. I know it better than anybody.”

The ex-president strongly criticized President Joe Biden’s leadership, asserting that his actions “caused this war with his stupidity” both domestically and internationally, attributing it to his lack of intelligence. Trump cited other acts taken by the Biden administration as factors, such as relaxed border rules and voter identification legislation.

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