Mike Pence Says Biden Has ‘Turned His Back On Israel’

“Make no mistake about it, President Joe Biden has turned his back on Israel,” Mike Pence said. The former vice president was speaking at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual convention. He claimed that Biden’s government had returned financing to the Palestinian Authority and established a Palestinian consulate in Jerusalem.

Vice President Mike Pence believes Congress should refuse President Joe Biden’s request to build a consulate in Jerusalem. President Donald Trump shattered the consulate and relocated the diplomatic personnel to the US Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel’s capital. The Biden administration has stated that the consulate would be reopened and that relations with Palestinians would be improved.

He was one of eight notable Republicans who spoke at the event, viewed as a launching pad for future presidential campaigns. From around the country, Republican leaders, activists, rainmakers, and big funders attended the meeting. Pence has previously visited Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina, the first three states on the primary and caucus schedule.

Moreover, In a speech to the Republican Jewish Committee’s annual conference in Las Vegas, Donald Trump claimed that former US President Donald Trump’s successor, Joe Biden, and congressional Democrats jeopardize Israel. Trump also claims that he has been a better friend to Israel than any other president and has elevated the US-Israel relationship to new heights. He criticizes Biden for his efforts to re-enter the Iran nuclear agreement, implying that they are linked to the 11-day battle between Israel and Hamas.

Former Vice President Donald Trump said that President Joe Biden “shamefully attacked and slandered the nation of Israel even when it was under assault” during the Gaza crisis. In 2018, the former president withdrew the US from the Iran nuclear deal, prompting Tehran to increase enrichment after reimposing sanctions. Israel has asked to be significantly strengthened and expanded before the US agrees to revive the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

He pushed the crowd to help the GOP reclaim the White House in 2024, but he did not mention a presidential run. Other prospective contenders who spoke at the event were Vice President Mike Pence and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley.