Ramaswamy Rumored to Soon Officially Declare Support for Trump

Ramaswamy Rumored to Soon Officially Declare Support for Trump

Mateo Guillamont
Mateo Guillamont
December 27, 2023

Presidential hopeful and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy’s recent statements and campaign operations have incited rumors of his potential endorsement of former President Donald Trump.

Ramaswamy’s campaign recently announced it would halt all TV advertisements and stated funds would be diverted towards alternate ad channels. 

“Presidential TV ad spending is idiotic, low-ROI & a trick that political consultants use to bamboozle candidates who suffer from low IQ,” said Ramaswamy via X. 

However, some have characterized Ramaswamy’s recent shift in spending strategy as the beginning of the end of his campaign, ultimately leading to his endorsement of President Trump

Ramaswamy has denied accusations that his campaign’s financial decisions are reflective of a desire to cease operations, yet touted a “big surprise coming on Jan. 15.”

Trump reacted to Ramaswamy by praising him and predicting the entrepreneur will eventually endorse him. 

Recently, Ramaswamy pledged to withdraw from the Colorado GOP primary ballot until Trump’s candidacy is restored.

Trump was barred from the Colorado GOP primary after the Colorado Supreme Court found that the capitol riots on January 6th “easily satisfy (the) definition of “insurrection.”  

Ramaswamy called on the rest of the Republican primary challengers to follow in his footsteps and withdraw from the ballot.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, despite claiming Colorado’s decision would be eventually overturned by the US Supreme Court, declared he would not be withdrawing from the Colorado primary. 

Governor DeSantis, who leads most polls as the Republican frontrunner behind Trump, has been intensely campaigning in Iowa

According to NBC, DeSantis’ ‘Never Back Down’ super PAC has canvassed throughout Iowa more extensively than any of the other candidates’ campaigns. 

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Mateo Guillamont

Mateo Guillamont

Mateo is a Miami-based political reporter covering national and local politics

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