Middle East security director on the continued violence in Gaza, Israel

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President Biden today called for de-escalation of violence in the Middle East. Ilan Goldenberg, Middle East security director at the Center for a New American Security, joins ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to discuss the U.S.’s potential involvement in mediating the conflict.

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