Biden Goes Off-Script in Remarks on 4-Year-Old American Hostage Released by Hamas

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On Sunday, Joe Biden delivered remarks regarding the release of thirteen Israeli hostages and four foreign nationals by Hamas terrorists.

This comes following the invasion of Israel’s border by Hamas on October 7th, resulting in the loss of 1,400 Jewish lives.

The names of the latest hostages to be released:

1. Abigail Idan, 4
2. Ella Elyakim, 8
3. Dafna Elyakim, 15
4. Hagar Brodetz Ama, 40 and her children
5. Ofri Brodetz, 10
6. Yuval Brodetz, 8
7. Oriya Brodetz, 4
8. Chen Goldstein, 48 and her children
9. Agam Goldstein, 17
10. Tal Goldstein, 9
11. Gal Goldstein, 11
12. Alma Avraham, 84
13. Adrian Aviva Siegel, 63

A four-year-old Israeli-American girl with dual citizenship, whose parents were tragically killed, was one of the hostages released on Sunday.

During his remarks to reporters, President Biden made a reference to Abigail Edan.

“Thank God she’s home. The little – I just can’t imagine the enjoyment…I just wish I were there to hold her,” Biden said.

“Do you have an update on the other Americans who are being held and any sense as to when they would be released?” a reporter asked after Biden gushed over the 4-year-old child.

“Uhh, we are hopeful, but I don’t have anything firmly to tell you at this moment,” Biden said.


“Have you extracted any guarantees about proof of life for other hostages or do you have an expectation how much longer you can push this pause?” a reporter asked Biden.

Biden said he just doesn’t know.

“I’m hopeful this is not the end, that it’s gonna continue, but we don’t know,” Biden said.

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