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President Biden said “I’m not supplying the weapons” for an Israeli operation in Rafah. Republicans criticized the president’s decision to postpone a shipment of weapons to an American ally. The move comes amid reports that civilians were killed in earlier Israeli strikes using American bombs in Rafah. Talks continued on a cease-fire and hostage deal. NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell reports.



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