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Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby | The White House

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    58% Very Conservative

  • Reliability

    20% ReliablePoor

  • Policy Leaning

    50% Medium Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    62% Negative

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61% : As you know, we have an Office of Public Engagement here.
59% : We know Iran continues to support Hamas and Hezbollah.
55% : I know John Kirby addressed the protests on college campuses, and I appreciate that the President respects First Amendment rights to protest, but does the President view anti-Israel protests and sentiment on college campuses as antisemitism?MS. JEAN-PIERRE:
54% : Is it your understanding that there would not be a ground invasion as long as there's a head of state in the country?MR. KIRBY:
54% : Hamas -- it certainly wouldn't be in the interest of -- of their backer in Tehran.
49% : We know there is complicity here by Iran.
48% : Does it look to you that Israel is abiding by international law?
46% : And we know that Iran is closely monitoring these events and, in some cases, actively facilitating these attacks and spurring on others who may want to exploit the conflict for their own good or for that of Iran.
46% : Some officials have expressed concern over escalation, particularly with Iran.
46% : As I just said, they have been supporting Hamas for years -- dec- -- a couple of decades, and Hamas wouldn't be able to function or exist without Iran.
44% : There's a dual national from Maryland -- a young man who went to serve in the IDF who was killed in action.
44% : John, do you have an update on whether Iran was directly involved in the October 7th attack on Israel?
44% : And we have been talking about the law of war since the beginning.
43% : But you can, hopefully, take away from that a real clear consistency and unanimity for Is- -- Israel's right to defend itself against terrorism while, of course, adhering to international humanitarian law, including the protection of civilians.
43% : And then, secondly, you said that Iran is actively facilitating these attacks.
39% : And then, another question on Iran.
36% : "So, have you seen any indication that Iran is preparing to further expand this conflict more so than what we've already seen play out?MR. KIRBY:
31% : But again, nobody's doubting, nobody's walking away from the fact that Iran does bad things with bad people in that part of the world.MS. JEAN-PIERRE: Go ahead --Q On China, how does the White House see China's role in the Israel-Hamas conflict?

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