“Vivek Ramaswamy Hints at Potential Vice Presidential Role Alongside Trump in 2024 Presidential Contest”

"Vivek Ramaswamy Hints at Possible Vice Presidential Run Alongside Trump in 2024 Presidential Race"

Indian-American 2024 US presidential hopeful, Vivek Ramaswamy, has recently indicated that he might join former President Donald Trump as his running mate in the upcoming 2024 presidential elections if he doesn’t secure the Republican nomination himself. This revelation comes shortly after Ramaswamy, a 38-year-old multimillionaire biotech entrepreneur-turned-politician, announced that he had no interest in any position other than the presidency.

While Ramaswamy firmly believes that he is best suited to “reunite this country” as the president, he hasn’t completely ruled out the possibility of joining forces with the 77-year-old Trump as his vice president, provided Trump secures the Republican nomination for a third time.

In response to the question of whether he would be content serving as “Trump’s VP,” Ramaswamy replied, “See, this isn’t about me. If this were about me, sure. That’s a fine position for someone to have at my age. This is about reviving our country, and I can only reunite this country if I’m doing it from the White House as the leader and the face of our movement.”

Ramaswamy emphasized his relative youth compared to Trump, highlighting that he has “fresh legs” and is “almost half [Trump’s] age.” He expressed a willingness to have Trump serve as his “most valued adviser” in the White House if he were to assume the presidency.

Speculation about a joint ticket involving Ramaswamy and Trump gained momentum following the Trump campaign’s praise for Ramaswamy after the first Republican primary debate, where he stood out as a breakout star.

Despite having no prior experience as an elected official, Ramaswamy has positioned himself as an “outsider” who pledges to pardon Trump for any federal convictions on “day one” of his presidency. He aims to continue Trump’s legacy with an “America First 2.0” agenda.

While Ramaswamy previously denied the possibility of becoming Trump’s running mate, he asserted that his ultimate goal is to bring about change through the presidency rather than holding a different position in the government.

The aftermath of Ramaswamy’s impressive performance at the Republican presidential primary debate has led to a surge in his popularity rating and online fundraising. A recent poll indicated that he was perceived as the standout performer by 28% of respondents.

As the 2024 presidential race gathers momentum, the potential partnership between Ramaswamy and Trump adds a layer of intrigue to the evolving dynamics of the Republican Party and the broader political landscape.

Sources By Agencies

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