Former President Donald Trump said that Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) has “become like a Palestinian” while blasting him for withdrawing his support for Israel.

Trump issued the criticism while discussing Israel’s war against Hamas during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday night.

Doubling down on his support for Israel, Trump stated, “They have to finish the job. Israel has to finish that job. They have to finish it quickly, strongly, and they have to get back to life again because it’s taking too long. Gotta win, gotta win.”

“The attack on October 7th, and it’s getting more and more demeaned, they’re demeaning it. I have people telling me they don’t think the attack ever happened. And take a look, you watch the news reports — you watch these people on television and just like you have Holocaust deniers also, they say the Holocaust never happened. It’s the exact same people. They’re saying it never happened,” the Republican presidential candidate continued.

Trump went on to say that Israel used to have more support in the Capitol Hill until far-left lawmakers like the Squad, including Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), reduced the support for the nation among Democrats.

Emphasizing that he has Israel’s back on his end, Trump stated, “I’m good. But they don’t have the backing. Even Schumer, he’s become like a Palestinian. Chuck Schumer, Jewish, always strong for Israel. He’s become like a Palestinian.”

Schumer has hurled tons of criticism Israel’s way, calling on the Jewish nation to hold new elections to replace Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“I believe a new election is the only way to allow for a healthy and open decision making process about the future of Israel at a time when so many Israelis have lost their confidence in the vision and direction of their government. There needs to be a fresh debate about the future of Israel after Oct. 7. In my opinion, that is best accomplished by holding an election,” the Democrat lawmaker stated in April.

According to him, Israel had “lost his way by allowing his political survival to take precedence over the best interests of Israel.”