Vivek Ramaswamy rising star in US Politics

Vivek Ramaswamy is a rising star in the Republican presidential race

Who has been gaining popularity among anti-woke and pro-business voters? He is a 37-year-old biotech entrepreneur, author, and Harvard Law School graduate, who has been campaigning on a platform of defending free speech, fighting woke capitalism and restoring American greatness.

However, he still faces a tough challenge from former president Donald Trump, who remains the overwhelming favorite among the Republican base.

Trump has a 71.1% chance of winning the GOP nomination, according to betting odds.

Vivek Ramaswamy also has to compete with other contenders like Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, who is seen as a strong ally of Trump and a potential successor.

DeSantis is given an 8.7% chance of winning the GOP nomination.

In Politics, one year is a long time so nobody knows what happens in the next year.

Vivek Ramaswamy’s chances of winning the Republican primaries depend on several factors, such as his ability to raise money, attract media attention, mobilize grassroots support, and appeal to different segments of the party.

He may also benefit from his outsider status, his ethnic diversity, and his sharp criticism of the Biden administration and the woke culture.

What are Vivek Ramaswamy’s policies?

Raising the voting age to 25 in most circumstances, except for military, first-responder, or civics test-takers.
Imposing eight-year limits for all unelected federal bureaucrats and abolishing ten federal agencies, including the Department of Education.

Abolishing the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and simplifying the tax code.

Giving Russia the land it has sought to take from Ukraine in exchange for it giving up its partnership with Beijing.

Pardoning Donald Trump if elected and releasing a list of potential picks for the Supreme Court.

Rolling back affirmative action policies by executive order and fighting woke capitalism.

Some other Republican candidates for the presidency are:

Donald Trump, the former president, is leading the polls and has a loyal base of supporters.

Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, is seen as a strong ally of Trump and a potential successor but has also been critical of some of his policies.

Mike Pence, the former vice president, has a conservative record and experience but has also faced backlash from some Trump supporters for certifying the 2020 election results.

Nikki Haley, the former ambassador to the United Nations, has a moderate image and foreign policy expertise but has also flip-flopped on her stance on Trump.

Tim Scott, the senator from South Carolina, is the only Black Republican in the Senate and has been a vocal advocate for criminal justice reform and economic opportunity.

Watch the below video an Introduction to Vivek Ramaswamy

Vivek Ramaswamy Introduction by India Today News