Compared to Donald Trump, Vivek Ramaswamy was hardly known in the political circles when he entered the arena in February 2003. But after his strong advocacy of immigration and America first policies, he managed to capture the attention of Republican voters, and he also gained a lot of support. His campaign strategies were similar to those of former President Donald Trump. He advocated complementary policies. In the previous election, Trump had focused on getting the support of traditional voters who had helped him win.
Support for Trump
“The whole campaign was about telling the truth. We didn’t reach our goal today. We need an ‘America First’ patriot in the White House. The people have said loud and clear what they want. Tonight, I’m going to give up my campaign and endorse Donald J. Trump to make sure he becomes America’s next president. I will do everything. I am very proud of this team, the movement and our country.”
A native of Ohio, Vivek was born to parents who migrated from Kerala. Vivek’s arrival as a rival to Trump, who remains influential among Republican presidential hopefuls despite previous election defeats, allegations, jailings and controversies, was unexpected.
But in the last days of the Lowa Caucasus, Republican opinion turned against Vivek. Calling Vivek a ‘crook’ on his social media platform ‘Truth’, Trump said that voting for an Indian-American (Vivek) is like voting for ‘the other side’.
Thus, the former President Donald Trump, who has bet to rise to the position of President for the second time, has won the first election of the candidates in the presidential election competition. By winning in Loa, he strengthened his position as the front-runner for the Republican Party nomination. In Loa, Vivek secured 7.7 percent votes and came fourth.
Loa is considered crucial to secure his candidacy in the presidential arena. It is believed that the votes cast for the candidates here will be the compass for the future of the rest of the candidates.