Israeli confession from Donald Trump
In an interview with Trump in Barak Ravid’s forthcoming book, the former president said, “Jews in the United States no longer love or care about Israel. Christian Evangelicals love Israel more than Jews in this country. Israel used to be absolute over Congress.” He had a power, now it’s the opposite of that.” His expressions were shared.
Former US President Donald Trump, noting that Jews in the US either don’t like or care about Israel anymore, said, “Israel used to have absolute power over Congress, now it’s the opposite.” used the phrase.
Barak Ravid, the correspondent of the US-based press organization Axios, published the continuation of the interview he made with Trump in April, part of which he shared before, for his book to be released soon.
In the interview in question, Trump said, “Jews in the United States no longer love or care about Israel. Christian Evangelicals love Israel more than Jews in this country. Israel used to have absolute power over Congress, now it’s the opposite.” used the phrase.
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Pointing to Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, publisher and chairman of the New York Times, Trump said, “The New York Times hates Israel, and it’s the Jews who run the New York Times. I’m talking about the Sulzberger family here.” he said.
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Ravid previously published parts of his interview with Trump in two parts.
On the December 10 episode, Trump stated that he was disappointed that Netanyahu was the first to congratulate US President Joe Biden’s election victory, and accused Netanyahu of “disloyalty”.
Emphasizing that he has never spoken to Netanyahu since then, Trump used insulting expressions about Netanyahu.
In the episode aired on December 14, Trump noted that Netanyahu never wanted peace with the Palestinians, so the so-called Middle East Peace Plan he had put forward was useless.
Israeli media: US promised to build infrastructure to Israel in case of a regional war
On the other hand, the United States reportedly promised to help Israel rebuild its infrastructure, which would be destroyed in the event of a regional war.
In the news in the Yediot Aharonot newspaper, it was stated that this aid commitment also covers the conflicts that may break out between Israel and Iran.
In the news, “In the last part of the secret Israel-US joint defense plan for regional emergencies, there is an article that very few people know about in the Israeli political and security organization. In this section titled Aid to Reconstruct the State of Israel, the US administration gives Israel a chance to deal with conflicts such as possible conflicts with Iran. He promises to help rebuild civilian infrastructure should it be damaged by a regional war.” expressions were used.
It was pointed out in the news that this includes the development of ports, electricity, communication, water and roads, and it was also noted that all kinds of assistance will be provided to Israel in terms of reconstruction.
It was mentioned in the news that it was doubtful whether the US had made a similar agreement with another country, and it was stated that this agreement was “designed for exaggerated scenarios such as large-scale missile attacks on ports, electricity and water supply systems, and other vital areas.”
The report also stated that joint attacks on nuclear facilities (US-Israel) are still a remote possibility.