Far-right takes a victory lap as JD Vance begins grueling general election battle against Tim Ryan
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Venture capitalist J.D. Vance's victory in the Ohio Senate primary resulted in celebrations by many on the far-right.

Vance, who was endorsed by Donald Trump, beat out state Sen. Matt Dolan, former Treasurer Josh Mandal, businessman Mike Gibbons, former GOP chairwoman Jane Timken, Mike Pukita, and Neil Patel.

The Daily Beast reported on Vance's victory party.

"Vance, who doubtlessly owes his victory to Trump, also extended his graces to several MAGA allies who came to his side in the campaign’s final weeks. They included Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), Fox News talk show host Tucker Carlson, conspiracy theorist Charlie Kirk, and Donald Trump Jr. He did not mention Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), who teamed up with Vance and Greene at recent rallies and who is under federal investigation for sex crimes," The Beast reported.

But Gaetz addressed the election on Twitter, calling it a "big win" for Greene's campaign team.

He also posted of photo of him talking to Fox News with Green and Vance, writing, "not tired of winning."

Trump Jr. also celebrated.

"Tens of millions of RINO dollars spent to stop my man [Vance] in Ohio and they call it before 9 o’clock. The America First movement is alive and well people. Congrats JD, well done," Trump, Jr. said.

But Vance's victory could allow an opening for Rep. Tim Ryan, who secured the Democratic Party nomination on Tuesday.

"I’m not a Democrat, but I support democracy. JD Vance doesn’t. So any Ohio voter who supports democracy has an easy vote in Nov: Tim Ryan," Walsh tweeted, tagging both candidates.

Bestselling author Don Winslow urged his followers to donate to Ryan, "because if J.D. Vance gets elected it's going to be terrible."

He described Vance as "worse" than Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Josh Hawley (R-MO).

Trump, Jr. signaled the GOP civil war will continue.

"RINOs are now on the endangered species list," said the former president's eldest son, who admitted to literally killing an elephant while on safari.