Fox News Host Hits Vivek Ramaswamy With 2 Brutal Questions | EUROtoday
Republican presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy was requested on Fox News to clarify “the point” of his 2024 marketing campaign, and to answer complaints that he’s “annoying.”
“President Trump has widened his commanding lead ― I mean, at 60% now,” Fox News anchor Shannon Bream informed the biotech entrepreneur in an interview Sunday. “Many analysts say everybody else is just sort of playing for second place. You’ve said you would not accept the vice presidential spot. So what’s the point of your campaign now?”
Ramaswamy stated he desires to take the “America First agenda even further than Donald Trump did” and reunite the nation.
“I can’t do that from a number two position or a Cabinet role,” he stated.
Bream famous that at the same time as Ramaswamy’s nationwide profile is rising, “our polling also shows your unfavorables are up.”
(*2*) she stated, citing an Aug. 28 New York Times piece by Michelle Goldberg.
Ramaswamy brushed it off, arguing that “many people are annoyed by my rise and believe that a 38-year-old is too young to be U.S. president.”
“Thomas Jefferson was 33 years old when he wrote the U.S. Declaration of Independence,” he stated. “He also invented the swivel chair while he was at it, by the way.”
Goldberg’s Times piece, titled “Vivek Ramaswamy Is Very Annoying. It’s Why He’s Surging in the Polls,” highlighted quotes from a number of political commentators.
CNN’s S.E. Cupp known as Ramaswamy “Obnoxious. Annoying. Disrespectful. Inexperienced. Conspiratorial.” A Republican strategist informed Politico the candidate’s shtick “got to be annoying” in the course of the first GOP major debate. And Josh Barro, a author who attended Harvard similtaneously Ramaswamy, printed “an investigation” into “what makes Vivek so annoying.”
Ramaswamy’s excessive and unconventional views, his out-there persona and his resolute assist of former President Donald Trump have seen him surge to sudden prominence within the major race, outpacing many political veterans.
He’s positioned third behind Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in lots of polls.
Trump, who leads the pack by an infinite margin, has praised the youthful candidate and stated he’s open to contemplating him as a working mate. Ramaswamy, nonetheless, has stated he’s not .