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VANCE ENDORSES TRUMP: 'He Won’t Recklessly Send Americans to Fight Overseas'

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.01.23

The Senator from Ohio is all in for Trump.

JD Vance put his best-selling author skills to use by penning a column for The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday; he announced he’s throwing his weight behind former President Donald Trump in 2024.

Vance says in the op-ed that he likes Trump because he won’t start any wars.

From The Wall Street Journal:

In Mr. Trump’s four years in office, he started no wars despite enormous pressure from his own party and even members of his own administration. Not starting wars is perhaps a low bar, but that’s a reflection of the hawkishness of Mr. Trump’s predecessors and the foreign-policy establishment they slavishly followed. But Mr. Trump did more than simply keep the peace. He brokered the Abraham Accords, a historic agreement between Israel and Sunni Arab states providing the best hope of a long-term counterbalance to Iran. He began the long, slow process of decoupling the U.S. from its economic reliance on China. He opened diplomatic talks with North Korea after a half century of stagnation. And he pushed hard—to much derision—for Europe to take more responsibility for its own defense, precisely so that the U.S. wouldn’t be drawn so deeply and dangerously into a conflict like the one in Ukraine.

Vance also spoke to radio host Hugh Hewitt about the endorsement.

“In Ohio Republican circles, I’d say well over half the people in our party want Trump to run and will vote for him in the primary if he does. You know, look, I’m planning to support the [former] president in ’24,” Vance said.

Trump endorsed Vance in April, helping him beat businessman Mike Gibbons and former state Treasurer Josh Mandel in the primary.

More over at The Hill:

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