Vivek Ramaswamy says, “People think I am too young to become US president”
Vivek Ramaswamy, the 38-year-old entrepreneur and Republican Presidential candidate, said that many people are annoyed by his growth in US Politics. Ahead of his remarkable performance at his first Republican presidential primary debate, various polls signify the increase in his popularity in the US. The polls also suggest that his performance has shown a 12-point rise than in August. Followed by a rise in criticism for the Ohio resident.
Ramaswamy claimed that over the previous few weeks, they had been encountering a lot of objections since my performance was good in that second discussion. And this is part of the process, so I am ready for the open debate. He continued by saying that while many people are disturbed by his success and believe that a 38-year-old is too young to lead the US, Thomas Jefferson wrote the US Declaration of Independence when he was only 33 years old. There is a need to reestablish that spirit, Ramaswamy argued. “And I think it will take a person whose greatest years in life are still ahead of them to recognize a nation whose best years are still in front of them. The United States of America can yet see its best days ahead, in my opinion. However, we cannot simply escape from something.”
"Because I believe it is the wrong area to concentrate on, I don't criticize the extreme Biden agenda too much. Of course, there are multiple items to perform. However, we need to offer more than just an explanation of what we are escaping. What do we want to resurrect: open discourse, free expression, the quest for excellence, and economic progress? Most Americans still concur with these fundamental principles," he said.
"As a result, I'm optimistic that we have a chance to deliver a moral mandate in the mold of Ronald Reagan's America of 1980. We'll unite this nation in that way. And I'm running because I believe I have the best chance of doing it of any candidate. I'm not running against any of them, even though we've taken criticism from pretty much every other candidate who felt threatened by my rise. I'm vying for this nation. That is our goal ." explained Ramaswamy. Ramaswamy caught public attention after his first Republican presidential primary debate that was on August 23. The maiden poll that was out after the debate declared that 28 percent of the 504 attendants said that Ramaswamy executed the best.