J.D. Vance gave Donald Trump this surprising answer about his political future

J.D. Vance has become one of the rising stars in the Republican Party.

Now he could be facing one of the biggest decisions of his life. 

And J.D. Vance gave Donald Trump this surprising answer about his political future.

J.D. Vance says he’d accept an offer to be Donald Trump’s running mate  

U.S. Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH) has emerged as one of the champions for former President Donald Trump’s America First agenda in Congress.

This year, he became a top surrogate for Trump on the campaign trail.

Now, he’s being mentioned as a top contender to become Trump’s running mate.

The 39-year-old was first elected in the 2022 Midterm Elections, but his political stock has soared since entering the Senate.

Vance appeared on Special Report where Fox News host Bret Baier asked him if he would accept if Trump asked him to be his running mate.

“Could you imagine yourself behind the Resolute desk as President?” Baier asked.

“Well, look, Bret, I think that’s ultimately — that’s Donald Trump’s choice, whether he selects me as Vice President,” Vance replied. “My attitude is there is a lot that needs to happen in the United States Senate. I like being a Senator, Bret. The President has not asked me. But if he does, I’d certainly let you know.”

Vance gave the diplomatic non-answer to one of the most burning questions in Republican politics.

But Baier kept pressing him.

“Yeah, I mean, to just say, are you ready to be President on day one?” Baier replied. “That’s the biggest job for a Vice-Presidential pick, right? Could you be comfortable being President?”

“Look, Bret, I’ve seen a lot of people operate in politics, and I feel very comfortable with the fact that I could do the job,” Vance said. “But, look, you have to have some humility going into this, too. It’s a massive, massive job for anybody to undertake. I’m not auditioning for the job. I asked the people of Ohio to elect me to be a United States Senator.”

Vance finally admitted that he would accept it after dancing around the question.

“But, certainly, look, if Trump picks up the phone and calls you, the first sort of thought you have to have with yourself is, not just, could I be Vice President, but could I stand ultimately in the big chair? And, look, if he asks me, I’ll think about it, but I think the answer is yes,” Vance said.

J.D. Vance is the grassroots favorite for Vice President 

Trump’s Vice President would have a unique opportunity since the former President’s term is limited.

Vance would start out as the favorite for the Republican Presidential nomination in 2028 if he was Vice President.

And he’s the best positioned out of all the rumored contenders to carry Trump’s America First agenda forward compared to establishment choices like U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum. 

Vance won the straw poll of attendees at the recent Turning Point Action conference in Detroit, Michigan, to be Trump’s running mate. 

He could be the leader of the American First agenda moving forward, no matter what direction his political future takes.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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