Ramaswamy backs Trump in election

As former President Donald Trump withdrew from the campaign following a dismal performance in Iowa's leadoff caucuses, Vivek Ramaswamy praised him and congratulated him on his decision.

Ramaswamy, a political rookie who was 38 years old and wanted to mimic Trump's ascent to power as a brash and rich outsider, announced, "As of this moment, we are going to suspend this presidential campaign.

 The absence of events that we do not like to see take place in this nation makes it impossible for me to become the next president of this country.

Throughout the course of the campaign, he poked fun at his rivals while also praising Trump as "the best president of the 21st century.

 On the other hand, he stated that Republicans had to go with "fresh legs" and "take our America First agenda to the next level."

Ramaswamy was catapulted into the mix of contenders challenging Trump for the presidency, or at the very least becoming a credible option, as a result of his strategy, which included his demand for "revolution."

However, his decision to withdraw from the race is the most recent indication that the former president continues to dominate Republican politics, despite the fact that he is 77 years old and facing several criminal accusations.

He is still the overwhelming favorite to win the Republican nomination for the third time in a row.

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