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NextImg:Stephen Miller says Joe Biden's speech on Israel 'was an embarrassment'


Stephen Miller said he was embarrassed by President Joe Biden's speech offering an update on Israel and Ukraine.

Miller appeared on The Ingraham Angle Friday to react to Biden's second speech from the Oval Office. Biden said the United States is "the indispensable nation" and subsequently, "the decisions we make today are going to determine the future for decades to come.” The former Trump aide claimed Biden appeared weak.

BIDEN GOES DIRECTLY TO THE PUBLIC ON ISRAEL AND UKRAINE WITH OVAL OFFICE ADDRESS


"The president portrayed weakness. That is the fundamental image that came across to the millions of people both watching it here and around the globe," Miller said. "American citizens are being taken hostage by Hamas. They are the prisoners of Hamas. They have been brutalized. They have been murdered. They have been subjected to horrors that we cannot even imagine."

Miller suggested that Biden should have demonstrated strength in the face of threats against American citizens by the terrorist organization. It's been three weeks since Hamas launched thousands of rockets and also sent dozens of fighters into Israel. As a result of the war, some 3,785 people have been killed in Gaza.

"Instead of looking into that camera and saying: 'Do not touch a hair on their head, Don’t hurt our people. Don’t you dare; you will regret it for a thousand lifetimes!' Instead of that, he gave some speech about Islamophobia and how we have to be nicer to everybody and how we all have to show restraint," Miller said. "It was an embarrassment!”

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Biden has requested an additional $60 billion for Ukraine and $14 billion for Israel. But the request fell on stopped ears, as the House of Representatives can't take up any business, including addressing a looming government shutdown deadline of Nov. 17, until it elects a new speaker. Saturday was the 18th day without a speaker, and there isn't currently a permanent nominee for the position.

The president recently returned from his trip to Tel Aviv, where he met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli President Isaac Herzog. Biden expressed his excitement at the opportunity to show personal solidarity with Israel, saying: "I am proud to be here."