The United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres says that nowhere in Gaza is safe and urges for a ceasefire, warning that conditions in the region continue to deteriorate as a result of the fighting. Fighting paused temporarily last month, however, the conditions that allowed a ceasefire, no longer exist because Hamas refuses to release civilian women. Over 130 hostages remain trapped in Gaza, including several Americans. John Kirby, Coordinator for Strategic Communications at the White House National Security Council, shares details about the war in Gaza and the Biden administration’s push for continued aid to Ukraine.

Muslim Americans in swing states have been revoking their vote for President Biden next year due to his handling of the Israel-Hamas war, launching their own campaign called “Abandon Biden.” While just over one percent of Americans are estimated to be Muslim, swing states such as Michigan and Georgia have a high population of Arab Americans, where the President won by a slim majority in 2020. Will Muslim American anger hurt his re-election in 2024? Democratic Strategist and Co-Host of The Five Jessica Tarlov speculates as to whether President Biden should rethink his stance on the divisive war, to save his campaign.