Vivek Ramaswamy, a GOP candidate who has been getting more support and making noise in the polls, is a strong supporter of former President Donald Trump. Ramaswamy recently gave an interview on ABC, where he defended Trump without holding back. When George Stephanopoulos asked Ramaswamy about the chance of Trump being convicted of a crime and serving a second term, Ramaswamy told him to stop asking the question.
WATCH: Vivek Destroys George Stephanopoulos When Asked About Supporting 'Felon' Trumphttps://t.co/sCyDfSBU7o
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During an interview on "Meet the Press," Ramaswamy talked more about why he thinks the mainstream media wants to make it unfair for Trump to beat President Joe Biden, who he is currently ahead of in some polls. Stephanopoulos said that Ramaswamy supports Trump because "other people are voting for a convicted felon." Ramaswamy brushed off the claim and made it clear that he thinks any of his competitors would be better at moving the country forward than Biden or Kamala Harris.
“If Donald Trump's the nominee, yes, I will support him. And if I'm the president, yes, I will pardon him, because that will help reunite the country,” GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy tells @GStephanopoulos. https://t.co/kucMYBDfN6 pic.twitter.com/jXjRFyyuWO
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Ramaswamy said that the "America First" movement is bigger than just Trump and himself. He said that the movement belongs to the people of this country. He said that he wanted to keep the people's right to choose their next president instead of letting a federal police state run the government. It's nice to see a candidate who knows the power of the people and the value of individual choice.
Ramaswamy also supported his view that Trump should be pardoned if he were found guilty of crimes by Democrats and the Biden Justice Department. He said that this would help "bring the country together." It's a brave move that goes against the current trend of focusing on one person and everything they did in the past. Ramaswamy's focus on bringing people together and going forward is a good thing.
Even though Ramaswamy is far behind Trump in the polls, he has beaten Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in some and is close to the top in New Hampshire, which is a key early-voting state. His ability to get people's attention with catchy soundbites, meetings with protesters, and unusual campaign events, like putting out his own "10 Commandments," sets him apart from his less interesting opponents. It's clear that Ramaswamy isn't afraid to question the way things are and fight for what he thinks is right.
In the end, Vivek Ramaswamy's unwavering support for Donald Trump and his determination to defend conservative ideals and principles have won him a growing number of followers. In today's political environment, it's nice to see that he's not afraid to say what he thinks and stand up to the biased agenda of the mainstream media. Ramaswamy is still a growing star in the Republican Party, even though he may still have a long way to go in the race.