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Israel should provide post-Gaza invasion plan to assure further U.S. aid

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy on Saturday suggested the U.S. should not provide more military aid to Israel until the government can outline what happens after invading Gaza.

“The U.S. should be clear with Israel that further U.S. support is contingent on Israel identifying clear objectives for success in Gaza and a coherent plan for what comes after toppling Hamas even if Israel is successful in doing so. As of now, these critical questions remain unanswered,” he said.

That message was part of a broader statement provided to POLITICO, where the entrepreneur restated his strong opposition to President Joe Biden’s $106 billion funding request to support Israel against Hamas and Ukraine against Russia.