Trump Supports Ousting Netanyahu and Receives Counsel from Advisers

Former US President Donald Trump informed his allies that he wishes to "oust" Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in phone calls following the deadly Hamas attack on Israel, as reported by the American newspaper "New York Post."

"Advised against it"

The former president sought advice from his advisers on whether he should call for the removal of the Israeli Prime Minister this week, but he was advised against doing so.

Trump recently criticized Netanyahu at a rally in Palm Beach, Florida, telling his supporters that he "will never forget that Bibi Netanyahu let us down."

"A Traitor"

During the same campaign rally, Trump levied sharp criticisms at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, branding him a traitor. He said, "He withdrew from the Soleimani assassination operation just one day before the operation."

Trump, who is considering running in the 2024 elections against President Joe Biden, stated in remarks to his supporters in Florida on Wednesday evening, that Hezbollah is "extremely clever," and described Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant as "foolish."

"He Wasn't Prepared"

Speaking about Netanyahu in an excerpt from an interview with Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade, aired Wednesday evening, Trump said, "He was severely hurt by what happened here... he wasn't prepared, and Israel wasn't prepared."

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