Senator JD Vance throws his support firmly behind Trump's presidential campaign

 December 11, 2023

Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH) dismissed Democrat hysteria about former president Donald Trump acting as a "dictator" and threw his full support behind Trump's presidential campaign.

Vance pointed out that the latest screeching about Trump conducting himself as a "dictator" is because Democrats "don't have much to run on."

During a Sunday interview with CNN's State of the Union, Vance explained, "The idea that Trump is going to be radically different than what he was four years ago is just preposterous. He was an effective, successful president. I think he will be an effective, successful president again; that's why I have endorsed him, and I think this desire to make the election all about the past is indicative of the fact that Democrats don't have much to run on — I think Republicans do."

These comments came in response to the Biden campaign seizing on a cheeky remark that Trump made about being a dictator "only on day one."

The Biden campaign immediately issued a statement saying, "Donald Trump has been telling us exactly what he will do if he’s reelected and tonight, he said he will be a dictator on day one. Americans should believe him."

Unfortunately for Biden, he has nothing to offer the American people that would make him more appealing than a supposed dictator. Biden has been a total failure of a president in sharp contrast to Trump's time in the White House.