The US presidential race for 2024 will take a different turn. The second member of the Indian American community, following Nikki Haley, to enter the Republican Party’s presidential primary is Indian American tech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.
Vivek Ramaswamy has pledged to “bring merit back” and break America’s dependency on China.
Therefore, on Fox News’ prime time program, Ramaswamy, 37, launched his candidacy for president during a live interview with Tucker Carlson, a conservative political pundit. However, Ramaswamy’s parents immigrated to the United States from Kerala and worked at a General Electric factory in Ohio.
Haley, a two-term governor of South Carolina and a past US ambassador to the UN, declared her candidacy for president earlier this month.
She has stated that she will compete as the Republican Party candidate against Donald Trump. However, her former employer and the former president of the United States.
Vivek Ramaswamy has developed numerous prosperous healthcare and technology businesses for 2022. He has established Strive Asset Management, a brand-new company with the mission of reviving the voices of regular Americans in the American economy by inspiring businesses to put quality before politics.
Jaime Harrison, chair of the Democratic National Committee, claimed that Ramaswamy’s use of Tucker Carlson’s program to announce his presidential bid made one thing very clear: the contest for the Make America Great Again (MAGA) base is becoming more tangled and congested by the hour.