JD Vance joins Trump in court to become his running mate


Ohio Republican Senator J.D. Vance appeared in court on Monday to testify against Donald J. Joined Trump's entourage as the prosecution's key witness, the former president's fixer-turned-foe Michael D. Cohen, took the stand.

Mr Vance's appearance could signal a new frontier for testing Mr Trump's potential running mates. The former president is encouraging vice-presidential contenders, including Mr. Vance, to give interviews to several cable networks to gauge their performance, as well as getting them to join him on the campaign trail and at fund-raising events. Are invited to. For their campaign.

But Mr. Vance, who was an aggressive critic of Mr. Trump before he ran for office, has worked to repair that relationship, and is now one of his most vocal defenders in the Senate. Mr. Vance's seat on the court on Monday could also be framed as a timely endorsement for the former president.

Other Republicans rounding out Mr Trump's support group in the courtroom included Senator Tommy Tuberville of Alabama, who has close ties to the former president; Representative Nicole Malliotakis of New York; and Iowa Attorney General Brenna Byrd.

Sitting near the Republican politicians were Mr Trump's son Eric Trump and Alina Habba, the former president's lawyer and spokeswoman.


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