JD Vance deals with deleted tweets blaming Trump: “I regret being wrong”

Writer JD Vance running in Ohio Republican Race His deleted tweet criticizing former President Trump for the US Senate, which was addressed on Fox News on Monday.

Important reason: Venture capitalist and now a loud Trump supporter Accused of hypocrisy “Flip-flops” after CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski last week Shared screenshot Vance was “accused” of a 2016 tweet that commented on the then presidential candidate on “immigrants, Muslims, etc.”

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  • The author of the best-selling “Hill Billy Elegy” also said he would vote for independent Evan McMullin instead of Trump.

  • Democratic Tim Ryan, who is also running for the Ohio Senate, Tweet accordingly He and Vance “have only one thing in common: neither voted for Donald Trump.”

What he says: Vance told Fox News Alicia Akna that she criticized Trump “like many” in 2016.

  • “Ask people not to judge me based on what I said in 2016, because I’m very open to saying those important things and regret them And I regret what I was doing wrong with the man, “he said.

  • “I think he was a good president. I think he made a lot of good decisions for the people, and I think he had a lot of anti-air warfare.”

“The most important thing is not what you said five years ago, but whether you get up and get the heat and actually get hit to protect the interests of Americans.”

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