Trump in Youngstown Saturday to stump for Senate candidate J.D. Vance

Donald Trump arrived on stage at Youngstown’s Covelli Centre Saturday night to thunderous cheers.

Trump was there to stump for J.D. Vance, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, in the home turf of the Democratic nominee and current U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan.

The former president was the last in a slate of Trump-endorsed Republican officials and candidates electioneering for Vance, including U.S. Reps Jim Jordan and Bill Johnson.

The former president began by greeting the crowd and remarking on the Ohio State Buckeyes game. (Ohio Democrats had been mocking the Republicans in recent days for scheduling a rally when the state’s beloved scarlet and gray were playing.) He quickly pivoted to talking about the upcoming election.

“Less than two months from now, the people of Ohio are going to vote and fire the radical left Democrats,” Trump said.

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