How Vivek Ramaswamy Exited US Presidential Battle and Supported Trump

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Vivek Ramaswamy Quitting The 2024 Presidential Race

News comes from the source of Reader Wall that Indian-American entrepreneur, Vivek Ramaswamy, has significantly ended his bid for presidency in the 2024 elections. The announcement comes after his fourth-place finish in the Republican Iowa caucuses, traditionally seen as a bellwether for future performance in the race.

Ramaswamy’s Public Announcement

“There is no clear route for me to assume the role of the next president,” Ramaswamy stated. He publicly announced his endorsement for former president Donald Trump, whose landslide win in Iowa confirmed him as the dominant force in the Republican party.

Significance of The Iowa Caucus

The Iowa caucus, being the inaugural vote in the US presidential race, poses a major election challenge for aspiring candidates. Unfortunately, Ramaswamy was unable to create an impactful impression, coming in last, after Trump and fellow contenders Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley.

Exhausting all his options, the biotech entrepreneur stated, “Our goal of delivering a surprise tonight wasn’t accomplished… starting from now, our presidential campaign is suspended,” as he disclosed to the media in Iowa, upon receiving the caucus results.

Post on Social Media about Campaign Suspension

In a message on an unnamed social platform, formerly known as Twitter, Ramaswamy, aged 38, acknowledged his failure in achieving his set goal for the night, but committed to ensuring that Trump becomes the next US president.

Ramaswamy noted that the absolute truth remained that the campaign was about speaking the truth. In his note, he mentioned that his campaign fell short of its goal that night, before adding that the American people needed a patriot who would put America first in the White House.

Ramaswamy’s Campaign and Relationship with Trump

Throughout his self-financed campaign, Ramaswamy consistently stood as a steadfast defender of Trump. He pledged to clear Trump of all allegations brought against him, assuming power on the first day of his potential presidency.

The entrepreneur was seen beside the former president during a rally in New Hampshire, cheering the crowd together. In a social media post, Ramaswamy wrote, “Not going to hold back, now through the finish line,” accompanying an uploaded video of the two on stage together.

Moving Forward After The Caucus Results

Initially, his campaign claimed they were still “digesting” the Iowa caucus results. Ramaswamy, a little while later, assured his supporters via social media that this did not signify the “end of the road”.

In a subsequent post, he advised his followers against despair, stating, “This isn’t the end of the road. It’s the beginning of a new one. We have a country to save and we will do it together.”


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