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Squad Democrat continues to dodge questions on post blaming Israel for hospital attack

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., dodged questions about her social media post accusing Israel of bombing a hospital in Gaza on Wednesday as two reporters questioned whether she planned to take the post down and if she has seen evidence to suggest otherwise. 

Punchbowl News’ Max Cohen and National Review’s John McCormack both posted to X, formerly known as Twitter, about interactions they had with Tlaib on Wednesday. Both noted she wouldn’t respond to questions about accusing Israel of bombing a hospital. 

Cohen wrote that she “refused to say anything as she rushed from the House floor to a car waiting to pick her up outside the Capitol building.”

President Biden and National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson have both said that Israel was not responsible for the explosion, citing evidence from the Defense Department. 

Fox News’ Joey Wulfsohn and Brandon Gillespie contributed to this report.

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Hanna Panreck is an associate editor at Fox News.

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