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New Hampshire voters split on the US sending money to Israel: ‘Our country is more important’

Voters in Manchester, New Hampshire are split in support of the U.S. sending humanitarian aid overseas to Israel.

A recent Fox News survey found voters strongly side with Israel in the recent attacks, but some residents in New Hampshire say the U.S. should stay out of the conflict and not send money overseas.

Patrick, a bar and restaurant owner in Manchester, told Fox News that the U.S. government should focus on spending money on issues at home.

“I think our country is more important than any other country right now,” he said. “We should be focusing on what we have going on.”

 

But Patrick said he doesn’t trust any GOP candidate to handle the attacks abroad.

“I don’t know if anybody is competent enough to do that,” he said. “I don’t know why we’re not focusing on our country and the Americans in this country over other countries. We’re sending billions of dollars overseas, where our country needs more help than anyone.”

Clare O’Connor is a campaign embed covering the 2024 presidential election.

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