Overnight, the American attempt to provide Israel with fresh military support advanced as officials from the Biden administration informed Congress on the armaments the country’s friend urgently needs from the United States.
According to two persons involved with the discussion, the briefing for lawmakers and the heads of security-related committees on the surprise strikes by Hamas concentrated on Israel’s demand for more weapons. In the declassified call, officials informed legislators that the Iron Dome air missile defense system and precision-guided munitions are urgently needed by America’s closest friend in the Middle East.
From his botched withdrawal from Afghanistan to his endorsement of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, President Biden has presided over disasters that have exposed our country to the risk of a nuclear conflict.
His administration has not only given off an image of weakness to the outside world, but it has also made America less strong at home and abroad. This has allowed our greatest foreign foe of all, Communist China, to become more aggressive, which may well lead to its long-desired assault on Taiwan.
Israel reportedly wants more small-diameter bombs built in the United States, according to one of the persons familiar with the call.
In a time of exceptional political turbulence in Washington, following the resignation of Rep. Kevin McCarthy as House speaker, and constrained supply chains for weapons makers as a result of the conflict in Ukraine, the request for emergency military aid is expected to put the House and Senate to the test.
According to the second source familiar with the call, lawmakers will likely receive a secret briefing this week in addition to the one on Sunday night.
A reporter noticed a “live band” in the White House, according to the pool report, which was sent over email shortly after 6 p.m. on Sunday.
Around the Rose Garden in the late afternoon and early evening, a live band can be heard playing. Your pooler questioned the purpose of the music. The White House is having a barbecue for the White House Executive Residence Staff and their families, according to a statement from the White House, the pool reporter reported.
In order for the Defense Department to continue supplying Israel with ammunition as the US continues to help Ukraine in its conflict with Russia, Secretary of the US Army Christine Wormuth stated on Monday that extra funding from Congress would be required.
During a panel discussion at the Association of the United States Army’s annual convention, Wormuth stated, “We need additional support from Congress to be able to increase our capacity… to expand manufacturing, and then to also pay for the munitions themselves.”
Israel recently went through its darkest day in the previous 50 years, which is the result of Vice President Joe Biden’s plan—an extension of President Barack Obama’s plan—to make Iran the “strong horse” in the Middle East.
The Biden administration has supported the mullocracy in its pursuit of a worthless nuclear weapons deal while also putting pressure on Israel, the Jewish state that Islamic supremacists want to destroy. The world’s leading state supporter of terrorism is Iran.
Since the attacks started on Saturday morning, at least 700 people have been killed in Israel, and at least another 2,000 have been injured.
According to reports, Hamas has kidnapped numerous people during the strikes, including women and children. US officials are attempting to determine whether any American citizens have been murdered or taken hostage.
As the strikes from Gaza progressed throughout the weekend, Democrats and Republicans joined forces in defense of Israel. President Joe Biden and lawmakers from both parties have vowed to give Israel the resources it requires right away in the wake of the extraordinary attack.
Even while it’s possible for some weapons to be delivered rapidly through current legal means, Congress will eventually need to allocate more funds. How the upcoming leadership struggle in the House plays out will have an impact on such initiatives.
President Joe Biden Updates On Israel War– White House
President Joe Biden met on Monday morning with administration representatives, such as Secretary of State Antony Blinken, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, Principal Deputy National Security Advisor Jon Finer, Homeland Security Advisor Liz Sherwood-Randall, and White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients, to get an update on the state of affairs in Israel, according to the White House.
In a statement to the pool, the White House stated that Biden had instructed his team to continue working with regional allies to forewarn anyone who might try to take advantage of this situation and to continue coordination with Israel on all areas of the crisis. President Biden will speak with some of our key allies this afternoon on the latest happenings in Israel; they will have more information to give soon.