Ramaswamy offers US strategy plan on Israel, blasts other GOP contenders for lack of ‘pragmatic’ solutions

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Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy on Tuesday proposed a six-prong plan for how the U.S. should strategize amid Israel’s war with Hamas while calling out former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and others who have not offered “a pragmatic path forward.”

“The Hamas-led attacks on Israel were barbaric and cannot be condoned. We require a rational response that supports Israel while avoiding another U.S.-led disaster in the Middle East,” Ramaswamy said in a statement first shared with Fox News Digital. “I am disappointed and deeply concerned by the remarks of certain presidential candidates including Nikki Haley who have irresponsibly called the Hamas attack an ‘attack on America’ and rabidly shout ‘FINISH THEM!!’ repeatedly without offering a pragmatic path forward.”

“The U.S. should provide Israel with diplomatic support, intelligence-sharing, and necessary munitions to defend its own homeland, while taking special care to avoid a broader regional war in the Middle East that would *not* advance U.S. interests,” he added.

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