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Vivek Ramaswamy : ‘Who is Actually Running the Government in the United States of America?’



In a recent segment on “The Ingraham Angle,” hosted by Kayleigh McEnany, Vivek Ramaswamy, former 2024 GOP presidential candidate, shared his insights on the future of Joe Biden’s presidency following a disastrous performance in the first presidential debate.

When asked about the potential support for Biden from key figures like Gavin Newsom, Gretchen Whitmer, and Kamala Harris, Ramaswamy asserted, “this is the beginning of a process. There is no way Biden is able to go forward with this type of rift with the main institution that’s given him cover, the mainstream media. It is done. It’s only a question of when.” He emphasized that the Democratic Party is likely to delay any major moves until closer to the late summer, aiming to capitalize on a potential honeymoon period for Biden’s successor.

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Ramaswamy compared the public’s anticipated reaction to a new Democratic candidate to the relief of a “tortured prisoner” being released, suggesting that the new candidate would benefit from a fresh start. He also blasted Democrats and questioned:

“How could they possibly have lied for this long about Biden’s fitness? What else are they also lying to us about now? Who is actually running the government in the United States of America?”

McEnany highlighted the pressures mounting on President Biden, including internal polling that shows key states like New Mexico, New Hampshire, and Virginia in jeopardy. She also noted the increasing calls from influential figures like Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings for Biden to step aside. In response, Ramaswamy pointed out the interconnectedness of Democratic megadonors and high-profile figures, emphasizing the need for Republicans to stay focused on their own agenda rather than being distracted by Democratic maneuvers.

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“The reality is complacency is now the Republicans’ greatest risk,” Ramaswamy warned. He stressed that the race has not yet started and that Republicans must avoid complacency, instead focusing on clearly articulating their values and objectives. “That’s how we win this election in a landslide. Instead of worrying about the theater on the other side,” he concluded.

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