Trump’s Shocking Prediction About Ramaswamy

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( – Former President Trump recently voiced his belief that fellow Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy will eventually endorse him, following reports that Ramaswamy has halted his TV advertising campaign ahead of the initial primary elections.

Trump shared his thoughts on TruthSocial, expressing confidence in Ramaswamy’s eventual endorsement and praising him as a commendable individual. Despite halting TV ads, Ramaswamy’s campaign remains active, focusing on targeted advertising and direct voter communication. His campaign press secretary, Tricia McLaughlin, outlined their strategy to engage voters through personalized advertising, mail, texts, calls, and door-to-door interactions, emphasizing Ramaswamy’s vision for America.

The Republican primary race, aside from former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, has largely avoided direct criticism of Trump, who is the current frontrunner. Ramaswamy, however, has taken a unique approach by criticizing fellow candidates for not supporting Trump strongly enough.

Ramaswamy’s vocal support for Trump includes condemning the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to bar Trump from the ballot under the 14th Amendment. He went as far as to pledge his own removal from the Colorado ballot in solidarity and called for other candidates to follow suit. He has also promised to pardon Trump from various federal charges if he were to be elected.

This strong endorsement of Trump has led to speculation that Ramaswamy, a biotech entrepreneur, might be considering a vice-presidential role on a potential Trump ticket. Despite this, Ramaswamy expressed skepticism about playing a secondary role in Trump’s administration in a recent interview with Fox News’s Maria Bartiromo.

In August, Trump spoke highly of Ramaswamy as a potential running mate, citing his positive remarks about Trump’s presidency.

Ramaswamy’s position in the Republican primary has seen fluctuations. After a brief surge in popularity, he currently stands fourth in the polls with 3.8 percent support, as per The Hill and Decision Desk HQ. In contrast, Trump leads significantly with 63.1 percent support.

McLaughlin, responding to inquiries from The Hill, hinted at a potential surprise outcome on January 15th, questioning the reliance of political consultants on traditional advertising methods.

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