Vivek Ramaswamy has withdrawn from the Republican primary for the US presidential election

Vivek Ramaswamy withdrew from the Republican Party primaries for the US elections in 2024. He announced this at the end of the counting of the results of the caucuses in Iowa, the first state in which voters and voters were able to choose who will run in the next elections. Presidential elections on November 5. It is clear that the caucus elections in Iowa were won by former President Donald Trump, who exceeded 51 percent of the votes. The second candidate with the most votes was Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, with 21.2 percent, followed by Nikki Haley, former governor of South Carolina, with 19.1 percent. But Ramaswamy got only 7.7 percent. After his retirement, he announced that he would support Trump.

Ramaswamy is 38 years old and the son of Indian immigrants. He has had a rather remarkable career as a manager and entrepreneur especially in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors. As of 2022, he is best known in the United States as an “anti-woke” activist. He is the author of a book titled Wake up, Inc (Can be translated as Spa woke up) where he argues that environmental, social, and racial concerns pose an unnecessary obstacle to economic growth and free enterprise. In the early stages of the election campaign, with the start of the primaries, he had attracted a lot of attention for his extreme positions, which in some ways were very close to those of Trump, but he was unable to impose himself on his rivals.


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