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Vivek Ramaswamy on why people find him annoying: Annoyed by my rise

Vivek Ramaswamy on why people find him annoying Annoyed by my rise

In another Interview, American-Indian candidate Vivek Ramaswamy says, “People annoyed by my rise.”

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Vivek Ramaswamy on why people find him annoying: Annoyed by my rise

Republican presidential 2024 hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy said people are annoyed by a 38-year-old person becoming a President and think he is too young to become the President.

This came into focus after a Fox News Poll showed the unfavorable views of Mr. Vivek increased after the first Republican Presidential debate in August 2023.

Shannon Bream, the host of Fox News, asked Ramaswamy, “Why do you think, as more people have gotten to know you, that your unfavorables are up too?”

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To which Ramaswamy replied, “Well, look, we have been taking intense criticism, Shannon, over the last several weeks since I performed well on that second debate. And this is part of the process, so I invite the open debate.”

Also, he said, “The reality is many people are annoyed by my rise and believe that a 38-year-old is too young to be US President. The fact of the matter is Thomas Jefferson was 33 years old when he wrote the US Declaration of Independence.

“He also invented the swivel chair while he was at it, by the way. And I believe it will take someone whose best days are still yet ahead in life to see a country whose best days are still ahead of itself. And I believe that the United States of America can still see our best days. But we can’t just be running from something.”

Ramaswamy on why people find him annoying Annoyed by my rise
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Also, he added about the Biden administration, ” “I don’t actually criticize the radical Biden agenda that much because I think it’s the wrong place to focus.”

“Of course, there’s a lot to criticize. But we have to offer a vision of our own, not just what we are running from. What are we running to revive meritocracy, the pursuit of excellence, economic growth, free speech, and open debate? These are basic values that most Americans still agree with.”

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He also said, “That’s why I’m confident we have a chance to deliver a 1980-style, Ronald Reagan-style, moral mandate. That is how we’ll unite this country.”

“And I’m in this race because I think I am the single best-positioned candidate to do it. And even though we’ve taken criticisms from basically every other candidate threatened by my rise, I’m not running against any of them. I am running for this country. That’s the mission we’re guided by.”

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After the debate, he confidently told Fox News that only two candidates were left in the race, himself and Donald Trump.”

Ramaswamy also told the host of Fox News, Shannon Bream, “We came from 0.0% to where we are now. I think we are on track to win this election.”

 

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