Following his fourth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses, Ohio businessman Vivek Ramaswamy has decided to stop his presidential campaign and terminate his pursuit of the Republican candidacy.

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“We are going to halt this presidential campaign immediately,” Ramaswamy announced to reporters and his followers.

Vivek Ramaswamy declared he will be joining former President Donald Trump on Tuesday and that he had extended his whole support to the latter. Trump is predicted by CBS News to win the Iowa Caucuses.

The announcement comes after a disappointing showing in the Iowa caucuses and an inability to sustain the fleeting momentum he had built during the second Republican debate in the summer.

In February 2023, Ramaswamy, who was the youngest Republican contender in the contest at 38 years old, began his campaign. He had gained considerable notoriety as a New York Times best-selling author and for his first book, Woke Inc., which criticized corporate America for its role in social justice campaigns, before he announced his candidacy for president.

Vivek Ramaswamy

He started many businesses and funded a large amount of his campaign with tens of millions of his own money.

Vivek Ramaswamy frequently cited his two boys, Karthik and Arjun, while expressing his sense of duty to enter the presidential election in order to preserve America’s future.

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In February 2023, Vivek Ramaswamy, who was the youngest Republican contender in the contest at 38 years old, began his campaign. He had gained considerable notoriety as a New York Times best-selling author and for his first book, Woke Inc., which criticized corporate America for its role in social justice campaigns, before he announced his candidacy for president.

He started many businesses and funded a large amount of his campaign with tens of millions of his own money.

Ramaswamy frequently cited his two boys, Karthik and Arjun, while expressing his sense of duty to enter the presidential election in order to preserve America’s future.

Despite running on an America First platform and advocating for less US participation in international conflicts such as the Israel-Hamas and Russia-Ukraine wars, Ramaswamy eventually became deeply involved in conspiracy theories.

Vivek Ramaswamy

His incorrect assertion that the Capitol attack on January 6 was “an inside job” was promoted; however, the House select committee inquiry and many prosecutions of the Jan. 6 suspects have refuted this claim.

In addition, he claimed without evidence that the 2020 election was “stolen by big tech.”

Additionally, the Ohio Republican made a bogus accusation that the Democratic Party’s policy supports the racist conspiracy theory known as the “great replacement theory,” which holds that White Americans are being “replaced” on purpose. There is no proof that the “great replacement theory” was ever part of the Democratic Party platform, despite the fact that diversity in the nation is growing.

Vivek Ramaswamy’s ardent support of Trump occupied a significant portion of his campaign. Towards the end of his campaign, he asked the Supreme Court in an amicus brief to overturn the Colorado Supreme Court’s ruling to strike Trump’s name off the primary ballot. Additionally, he implored Americans to support him in the Republican Party’s nomination process if they wanted to preserve Trump and his legacy.

His policy recommendations included increasing the voting age to 25 years old, deporting children of undocumented immigrants, and reducing the Federal Reserve employment by at least 90%.

Vivek Ramaswamy

The former businessman, who was an outspoken supporter of the “anti-woke” movement, asserted that his administration would oppose “woke” policies.

However, his campaign was also characterized by his promotion of conspiracy theories, such as the claims that the 2020 election was rigged, the Jan. 6 uprising at the U.S. Capitol was a “inside job,” and the Democratic Party’s platform includes the “Great Replacement theory,” which has its roots in white supremacist ideology.

His rivals also took issue with his demeanor. Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley referred to Ramaswamy as “scum” at a GOP debate when he brought up her kid and made remarks about Haley’s parenting. Ramaswamy’s stance on the conflict in Ukraine was another area of criticism for Haley, who said, “You have no foreign policy experience and it shows.”

Prior to the race, Vivek Ramaswamy had pledged to remain “until the very end.”

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