Vivek Ramaswamy Decision to Withdraw from the US Presidential Race and Support Trump: Read The Inside Story

At the press conference, the Indian-American candidate expressed disappointment: "Our anticipated surprise did not materialize tonight.

Jan 17, 2024 - 02:00
Jan 17, 2024 - 02:00
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Vivek Ramaswamy Decision to Withdraw from the US Presidential Race and Support Trump: Read The Inside Story
Vivek Ramaswamy Decision to Withdraw from the US Presidential Race and Support Trump: Read The Inside Story

Indian-American entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy has decided to step back from the 2024 presidential race after finishing in fourth place in the Republican Iowa caucuses. The Iowa caucus is a crucial event that often predicts the future path for candidates. Unfortunately, Ramaswamy did not secure a prominent position, trailing behind former president Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, and Nikki Haley.

In a press conference held in Iowa, Ramaswamy acknowledged the reality, stating, "There is no path for me to be the next president." Despite this setback, he announced his support for Donald Trump, who emerged as the Republican frontrunner with a significant victory in the Iowa caucus.

The Iowa caucus is the initial voting event in the U.S. presidential race, setting the tone for candidates' performance. Unfortunately, Ramaswamy's campaign did not achieve the desired outcome, leading him to announce the suspension of his presidential campaign.

In a post on social media platform X (formerly Twitter), the 38-year-old entrepreneur expressed his commitment to ensuring Trump's success in becoming the next U.S. president. He emphasized the campaign's core values of truth and the need for an America-First patriot in the White House.

Ramaswamy had been a steadfast supporter of Trump throughout his self-funded campaign, even vowing to pardon Trump of any charges on his first day in office. He appeared alongside the former president at a rally in New Hampshire, signaling his unwavering support.

While initially digesting the Iowa results, Ramaswamy reassured his supporters that this setback was not the end of the road. In a social media post, he encouraged his followers, saying, "Don't despair, 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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