DC_US REACTION TO LATEST IN ISRAEL WAR HANNAH PKG

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John Kirby, National Security Adviser <24-29> Hannah Brandt, @HannahBrandt_TV <46-54> Matthew Miller, State Dept. Spokesperson <55-1:03> TRT: 1:22 STANDARD OUTCUE < ANCHOR THE LEADER OF A CRITICAL U-S ALLY IN THE MIDDLE EAST WAS AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. THE KING OF JORDAN MET WITH PRESIDENT BIDEN TO DISCUSS THE CONFLICT IN THE REGION AND A POTENTIAL HOSTAGE DEAL. WASHINGTON DC CORRESPONDENT HAS THE DETAILS. > FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE ISRAEL HAMAS WAR BEGAN - PRESIDENT BIDEN MET WITH JORDAN'S KING ABDULLAH. < President Biden "We are actively working for peace security and dignity for both the Palestinian people and the Israeli people."> [Duration:0:07] THE TWO LEADERS SPOKE ABOUT THE CONFLICT AND THE EFFORT TO FREE HOSTAGES.... BEING HELD BY HAMAS IN GAZA. NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER JOHN KIRBY SAYS NEGOTIATORS ARE MAKING PROGRESS ON A HOSTAGE DEAL... < John Kirby, National Security Adviser "But it's not done and nothing is negotiated until everything is negotiated. And those conversations are ongoing now." > [Duration:0:06] THE ALLIES DISAGREE ON WHAT SHOULD COME NEXT IN GAZA... THE KING OF JORDAN IS CALLING FOR A PERMANENT CEASEFIRE. < King Abdullah "This war must end." > [Duration:0:02] BUT...PRESIDENT BIDEN IS ONLY ADVOCATING FOR A TEMPORARY PAUSE IN FIGHTING. < John Kirby, National Security Adviser "to get an extended pause in place to bring the violence down to get people out and get Aid in." > [Duration:0:06] < STANDUP U-S OFFICIALS SAY THEY ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE GROWING NUMBER OF CIVILIAN DEATHS. AND INSIST THEY'RE PUSHING ISRAEL TO DO MORE TO PROTECT INNOCENT PEOPLE. > [Duration:0:07] < Matthew Miller, State Dept. Spokesperson "We are happy that over the past month we get seen civilian casualties come down from the incredibly High rates that they work. They are still alarmingly high." > [Duration:0:08] STATE DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN MATTHEW MILLER SAYS THE U-S IS WARNING ISRAEL TO PROTECT CIVILIANS...BEFORE ATTACKING THE CITY OF RAFAH IN GAZA. < Matthew Miller, State Dept. Spokesperson "We do not support any military campaign in Rafah going forward as long as they can not account for the 1.1 million people by some estimates who are in Rafah." > [Duration:0:09] IN WASHINGTON, I'M HANNAH BRANDT.

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