Wake is the youngest candidate to run for vice president
Indian-American businessman and Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has said he will turn down anyone else’s offer to be vice president if he fails to win the Republican Party’s nomination in 2024.
Vivek Ramaswamy said in an interview to Fox News that I am not interested in any other position within the government. Frankly, I would rather bring change through the private sector than take over the role of number two or three in the federal government.
He also responded to comments that he was too young to run for president during a conference call with Eric Erickson in the Atlanta area on Saturday.
It should be noted that 38-year-old Vivek Ramaswamy is the youngest candidate as the vice-presidential candidate.
Ramaswamy, who has won the GOP (Grand Old Party, a name for the Republican Party of the United States) primary.
He is tied for second place with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. He was known in conservative circles for his vocal criticism of environmental, social, and governance standards in business before announcing his candidacy.
Donald Trump is gaining strong popularity among Republicans and could win the Republican Party’s presidential nomination.
The latest polling data shows that Trump has the support of about 53 percent of Republican primary voters.
Should DeSantis drop out and Ramaswamy be unable to outrun Trump in next year’s Republican primary? These questions are arising. There is a high possibility that he could join Trump in the vice presidential race.
Vivek Ramaswamy also emphasized that he didn’t think anyone could be too old to be president except Joe Biden, explaining that there are many older people who are faster than many people my age. And they have a great time. This does not apply to Joe Biden