DAILY CALLER SENIOR WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT
The troubling rise in anti-Semitic attacks across the United States coincides with an explosion of conflict between Israel and militants in Gaza earlier in May. While President Joe Biden sought to be at the forefront of the conflict overseas, he neglected to condemn violence happening in his own country.
As America sought to balance between supporting Israel’s right to self-defense while also pushing for de-escalation, the White House often stressed its strategy of “quiet, intensive diplomacy.” White House press secretary Jen Psaki reminded reporters of these efforts on Thursday, pointing out that they’ve held over 80…
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