J.D. Vance is set to appear as a de facto freshman Republican senator at a conservative conference in England this week. Ohio trying to get his right-wing message to an international audience.
Vance will speak at the National Conservative Conference (usually abbreviated as NatCon), which begins in London on Monday.Other Featured Speakers Include Conservative Party Leaders Suela BravermanMichael Gove, Jacob Rhys-Mogg, David Frost.
Vance’s speech comes six months later he won the Senate election in Ohio, defeated Democratic candidate Tim Ryan. Venture capitalist Vance completely abandoned his previous criticism of Donald Trump during his Senate campaign.
Vance has previously described Trump as “America’s Hitler,” a “complete crook” and a “moral disaster.” embraced the former president’s political ideologydemanded the completion of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and denounced identity politics as a Democratic gimmick.
His complete reversal finally allowed him to secure Support for President TrumpIt helped us win the crowded and controversial Republican primary.
Vance rose to fame in 2016 with his memoir Hillbilly Elegy, which made it onto the New York Times bestseller list.of His life is described in detail in the book. A poor, dysfunctional family in Ohio’s Rust Belt and her journey to Yale Law School.adapted to 2020 movies Glenn Close and Amy Adams start.
Since becoming a senator in January, Vance’s loyalty to Trump has proven unwavering. Vance was criticized this week for his staunch defense of Trump after a New York jury found the former president guilty of sexual abuse.
Appearing on CNN Wednesday just before his town hall with Trump, anchor Wolf Blitzer asked Vance for his reaction to the verdict in the E. Jean Carroll lawsuit. A New York jury concluded on Tuesday: Trump sexually abused Carroll Twenty-seven years ago, it ordered a former president to pay $5 million in damages for assault and defamation claims.
“I think that incident illustrates what’s wrong with this country,” said Vance. “Simply put, the Democrats don’t want prosperity and peace, a debate about the failure of the Biden administration.
Blitzer countered that members of Trump’s own party had expressed concern over the incident. Republican Senator Mitt Romney (Utah) was suggested The verdict proved that Mr. Trump was “completely unfit to be President of the United States.”
Mr Vance again tried to turn the conversation around, arguing that American voters should focus more on issues such as immigration and the economy than Mr Trump’s sexual abuse.
“So you don’t believe the allegations made against Trump by E. Jean Carroll?” Blitzer asked.
“Well, basically I think this lawsuit is about something that happened 25 years ago,” Vance replied. “It’s a ‘he said, she said’ situation. I trust my friends and the men I know and know.”
carol testified She testified to a jury in New York that President Trump sexually assaulted her in a fitting room at Bergdorf Goodman in 1996. She told two friends about the assault shortly after it happened, and she said she was traumatized. She testified that Carol had symptoms of her post-traumatic stress disorder.
President Trump refused to testify during the trial, repeatedly denied ever knowing Carole, and dismissed the case as a “hoax fraud” and a “witch hunt.” A jury found Trump guilty of sexual abuse and defamation, but found the former president not guilty of rape.
After the jury verdict, Vance’s full-fledged defense of Trump angered many of the former president’s critics.
“So, ahead of Trump’s CNN appearance, we get to see J.D. Vance, who has been pushing conspiracy theories and white supremacists.”great replacement“Come live and have a friendly pre-match chat” MSNBC host Mehdi Hasan said on twitter. “The normalization of extremism and conspiracy continues.”
During the 2022 election, Vance was certainly criticized. Democrats accused of trying to ‘transform voters’ And a warning against immigrant “invasion”.
“What you’re talking about is a change in the democratic system of this country that means we can never win, and that means the Republican Party will never win a national election in this country again.” and Mr. Vance told voters April of last year.
Vance’s comments were interpreted by experts as clear endorsement of the racist “replacement” conspiracy theory. NatCon provides Vance with an opportunity to spread its beliefs outside the United States.
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