Trump Shows Up To Support J.D. Vance In Ohio, Says ‘Very Big Announcement’ Coming

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Diana Glebova White House Correspondent
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Former President Donald Trump teased that he will make a “big announcement” Nov. 15 while making a final push for Ohio Senate candidate J.D. Vance before the midterms Monday night.

“Hey JD, you have some very good polls I saw today. What the hell am I doing here? Good night everyone,” Trump said, throwing up his hands and pretending to leave. “We can make this one real short, J.D. Would you like to just do it for a quickie, or do you want to go through the whole deal?”

Recent polling shows Vance ahead of Democratic Senate candidate Tim Ryan by 10 points.

Trump argued that the midterms will decide the cultural trajectory of America, saying, “if you support the decline and fall of America, then you must, absolutely must, vote for the racial-left crazy people … and if you want to stop the destruction of our country and save the American Dream, then tomorrow you must vote Republican in a giant red wave that we’ve all been hearing about.” (RELATED: Trump Reveals How He Feels About Twitter Under Elon Musk)

The election will decide the security of the southern border, inflation, and crime, Trump added.

Trump also hinted at making a “very big announcement” soon amid circulating rumors that he was planning to announce his bid for the presidency during the Ohio rally.

“Not to detract from tomorrow’s very important, even critical election … I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, November 15, at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida,” Trump said.

The former president also blasted the pornographic contents of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, telling his sons that he would “never” talk to them again if they had a laptop like Biden’s.

“Don, if that ever happens to you, if you ever have a laptop like that, I will never, I swear, I will never speak to you again. Okay? Eric that includes you,” he said.