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Days after receiving former President Donald Trump’s endorsement, Republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance laid out his political platform on Wednesday, calling for term limits for bureaucrats, tariffs to safeguard American business, and fast action to address the border problem.

The endorsement on Friday has vaulted Vance to the top of a crowded field in the Ohio contest, raking in millions of dollars in cash and advertising time. The appearance of Don Jr. on the campaign trail in Independence, just outside Cleveland, bolstered him on Wednesday. Trump senior arrives for a rally on Saturday.

At the same time, his opponents have increased their attacks, accusing him of a late convert to Trumpism – accusations Vance dismissed as the last throes of competing campaigns. He suggested during a town hall meeting in front of around 160 supporters that public employees’ terms should be restricted and criticized President Biden’s top medical advisor, Anthony Fauci.

‘We need term limits not only for lawmakers, but for bureaucrats, because ladies and gentlemen, all this discussion about experts losing their expert status, yet there is an expert who not a single person in this room voted for who has much more authority than anyone we ever did [vote for],’ he remarked.

‘How come he earns more than anyone else in the federal government?’ ‘Term restrictions for bureaucrats are also required.’ In an interview with DailyMail.com, he expressed his worries that the president required the authority to appoint and remove people in key positions following the tragedy. ‘When you have bureaucracy at the EPA or the IRS, or whatever alphabet agency we’re talking about, that’s a fundamental problem for the essence of the Republican itself.

‘The president cannot recruit or fire his own employees. And he has bureaucrats who are actively working against his goal, but he is unable to fire them.’ The day began with a group of Ohio Republicans imploring Trump to withdraw his support for the populist novelist.

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They said that the former president betrayed some of his early fans by endorsing a writer who came to prominence as a Trump critic before moving to the right. In a speech in Independence, Ohio on Wednesday, J.D. Vance called for term limits for bureaucrats and said the president should have the authority to recruit and remove senior federal employees. Vance singled out Anthony Fauci, President Biden’s senior medical adviser, as an example of impeachable bureaucrats.

‘We sincerely suggest that you rethink your endorsement of JD Vance in order to demonstrate to your followers in Ohio and across our great states why we initially believed in you back in 2016,’ according to a letter signed by Rob Scott, Ohio director of the Trump campaign in 2016, and delegates.

‘That it was truly about We the People, America First, and Making America Great Again, rather than supporting a political chameleon and snake oil salesman like JD Vance!’ However, the Vance campaign accused opponents of sour grapes after their preferred candidates were denied the support. People who signed the letters and criticized Vance were working for other campaigns, according to Vance.

‘You look at some of the names on the letters, and a lot of them are all the payrolls of the other campaigns,’ he added. ‘Not all of them, but that’s the way politics works.’ I think it’s kind of silly for some of these men to pretend like it’s their principal talking, even if it’s oftentimes their wallet.’ Vance was a prominent Trump critic in 2016, and some of his remarks and messages have reappeared as Republican opponents try to trip him up. When Don Jr. addressed the stage at a Holiday Inn conference room in 2016, he was eager to confront the “elephant in the room.”

‘Some of our best allies now, and those who are most difficult for my father and his mission, were not exactly fans. Let’s talk about Ted Cruz… he was a pain.’ Trump even admitted in his Friday support that he and Vance had not always been friends.

Donald Trump has backed J.D. Vance for the Republican Senate race in Ohio. It might be enough to propel the author of Hillbilly Elegy to the top of a hotly contested campaign. As Vance nears the finish line, his opponents have started a barrage of assaults, pointing out that he was an early critic of Trump and pushing the former president to change his decision to back him.

‘J.D. Vance, like some others, may have said some not-so-great things about me in the past, but he gets it now, and I have seen it in spades,’ he added in a statement. ‘He is our greatest chance of winning in what may be a very difficult race.’

Vance told DailyMail.com about his transformation from a Trump detractor to Trump enthusiast. ‘I viewed Trump as a man who put out a lot of things that I liked but did it in a way that didn’t make a lot of sense,’ he added. ‘Most significantly, I believed politics was too difficult, and this man was failing and discrediting the things I care about at the same time.’

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