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Trump asked a conservative group to take down ads highlighting JD Vance's Never-Trump past because he was worried it would somehow hurt his own popularity in Ohio: report

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Former President Donald Trump and Republican Ohio Senate candidate JD Vance. Matt Dunham and Jeff Dean/AP Photo
Trump reportedly asked the Club for Growth's president to take down their ads against JD Vance.
He was worried that the ads, which highlight Vance's anti-Trump past, could hurt his own popularity.
The group said it would look into it, but spent another half million on the ads on Wednesday anyway.
Former President Donald Trump asked Club for Growth President David McIntosh to halt an ad campaign that highlighted Republican Ohio Senate candidate JD Vance's anti-Trump past because...
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