Trump: They’ll Be Deported

( – During a recent rally in Democratic-leaning New Jersey, former President Donald Trump vowed to “immediately deport” foreign students involved in current anti-Israel protests on campuses around the country.

“When I’m president, we will not allow our colleges to be taken over by violent radicals,” he declared.

He continued, “If you come here from another country and try to bring jihadism or anti-Americanism or antisemitism to campuses, we will immediately deport you. You’ll be out of that school.”

After protests broke out on college campuses following Hamas’s brutal invasion of Israel on October 7, House Republicans demanded in a letter to the State Department and Department of Homeland Security that foreign students participating in pro-Hamas rallies be deported.

Representatives Jim Banks (R-IN) and Jeff Duncan (R-SC) wrote a letter addressed to Secretaries Antony Blinken and Alejandro Mayorkas:

“We are concerned by recent reports of demonstrations on U.S. soil, including student demonstrations, in support of Hamas, a designated Foreign Terrorist Organization, following the shocking terrorist attacks by Hamas on our closest ally in the Middle East, Israel. These demonstrations potentially involve student visa holders.”

Moreover, the letter highlighted that many Students for Justice in Palestine chapters praised Hamas terrorists as freedom fighters or martyrs and justified their attacks as necessary for Palestinian liberation.

Trump also criticized Joe Biden for allegedly abandoning Israel by threatening to withhold military aid as Israel targets Hamas in Gaza.

“This week he announced he would withhold shipping weapons to Israel as they fight to eradicate Hamas terrorists in Gaza,” Trump said, drawing boos from the crowd.

“It was shocking to hear it. Even while there are still American hostages being held by Hamas. . . . Crooked Joe’s actions is one of the worst betrayals of an American ally in the history of our country,” he added.

During his time in office, Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a strong diplomatic relationship.

After Biden recently stated that an Israeli invasion of Rafah, the last major Hamas stronghold, was a “red line” for his administration, Netanyahu rebuked him, insisting that Israel will pursue Hamas’s eradication to prevent another October 7.

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