US presidential election Republican Party (Republican Party) He is of Indian descent who stood in a big way Vivek Ramaswamy(Vivek Ramaswamy) is advancing. According to the surveys, he has already placed second among the leaders of the Republican Party and is moving ahead with his own strategies.
Vivek, who participated in the second Republican primary debate, made key comments.
A big uproar is raging on social media over these comments. To lift the provision that applies US citizenship by birth to children born to illegal immigrants. 14th Constitutional Amendment Vivek Ramaswamy called to do it.
He said that now the left will attack him for his comments about the Constitution and the 14th Amendment. To obtain US citizenship Ramaswamy highlighted how he is not eligible. He said that all people born in America are citizens subject to laws and jurisdiction. Therefore, Vivek commented that no one believes that the son of a Mexican diplomat has citizenship by birth.
Meanwhile, the second GOP debate regarding the US presidential election was held in Simi Valley, California. Ronald Reagan (Ronald Reagan) was held at the Presidential Library. Seven Republican Party candidates competing in the election attended the debate. North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, former Vice President Mike Pence, India Santhati businessman Vivek Ramaswamy and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott participated.
But former President Donald Trump was absent from this debate as well.