JD Vance reit­er­ates sup­port for Trump while blast­ing Democ­rats for focus­ing on past

Sen. J.D. Vance (R‑OH) brushed off com­ments that a sec­ond Don­ald Trump pres­i­den­cy would be a “dic­ta­tor­ship,” stat­ing that Democ­rats are focus­ing too much on the past because they “don’t have much to run on.”
“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,” Vance said in a Sun­day inter­view with CNN’s State of the Union. “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.”
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