Does gravity pull or push?
Gravitational forces are always attractive, acting
in the direction to bring two masses together.
The force "Pull" does not exist, only "Push". A force can get behind an object or other force and push it, but trying to pull would be like you trying to pull a large flat perfectly smooth surface with no handle, to put another way, you can push a car easily but pulling it is impossible, however you think you are pulling it, with rope for instance, the actual force acting is a push force…
Since gravity attracts rather than repels, it would be described as a pull rather than a push. Gravity is one of the four fundamental forces. It is an attractive force between any two objects, proportional to the mass of the two objects and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.