The Case For

Vice President Vivek Ramaswamy

Why President Trump should choose Vivek Ramaswamy as his running mate in 2024.

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Who Will Be Trump’s VP?

With Donald Trump set to become the next Republican nominee for President, there's one question that's on everyone's mind: who will President Trump pick for his VP? While many names have been thrown around as possibilities, if President Trump wants to truly advance the America First agenda, there's only one option.

President Trump's advisers are likely steering him towards a conventional running mate for the 2024 election, but the nation's current challenges require exceptional leadership. November 2024 is not the final destination; it is just the starting line, and our Republic is currently in a dire, all-hands-on-deck situation. He will need allies aligned with him on policy that have demonstrated the highest levels of competence, which rules out most politicians.

Trump’s choice of VP will arguably be the most important decision he makes. President Trump's top objective in selecting a Vice President should be choosing someone the establishment would hate working with more than they hate Trump himself. Constitutionally limited to one more term, his VP choice stands a strong chance of advancing the America First agenda well into 2028 and beyond. Enter Vivek Ramaswamy.

Vivek Ramaswamy

Vivek Ramaswamy, a principled and capable leader, has been able to articulate the America First vision more effectively than any other Republican contender in the 2024 presidential race. Vivek's ability to talk with young people, especially those who are seeking fresh perspectives on American leadership and policy, showcases his appeal across different demographics. Vivek would help pull in young voters, libertarian/independent voters, and would help Republican turnout on Election Day. With a strong background in business, his talents are better suited for executive roles than administrative positions, making him a valuable asset in a second Trump administration. Vivek's dedication to advancing America First principles, reviving our national identity, and his unorthodox approach to defending Trump on the campaign trail set him apart as a trustworthy ally in turbulent times.

The Ramaswamy Effect

Vivek Ramaswamy has had a significant positive impact on the political landscape since running for President in 2024. Here are some of the ways he's been a force for good:

Vivek Ramaswamy's presidential campaign was distinguished by unmatched energy, transparency, and accessibility. With a record number of town halls and Q&A with real voters (always wearing a mic!) Ramaswamy set a new standard for transparency in campaigning. Embracing diverse voices and using digital platforms to disseminate information, his dynamic energy set him apart in promoting openness and fostering open dialogue with voters. Vivek's 2024 presidential campaign was predominantly funded through his personal contributions and small donations, with him investing nearly $30 million of his own money to bypass any influence from special interests.
During the 2024 Presidential Race, Vivek Ramaswamy demonstrated unwavering support for President Trump in several ways despite running against him. One of the most notable actions was that he pledged to withdraw from the Colorado GOP primary ballot until Trump could also be on the ballot. He demanded that Ron DeSantis, Chris Christie, and Nikki Haley do the same immediately—seeking to uphold the integrity of the election process.
On January 11th, 2024, Vivek Ramaswamy filed an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to overturn Colorado's decision to remove former President Donald Trump from the ballot. This action by Ramaswamy was a significant gesture of support for Trump and his campaign. Ultimately, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Trump with a 9-0 decision, which was a clear victory for Trump and a testament to the impact of Ramaswamy's support.
On August 1st, 2023, Vivek Ramaswamy filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice for its lack of substantial response to his FOIA request regarding communications between White House officials, including President Joe Biden, Merrick Garland, and Jack Smith, about the indictment of a President Trump. On May 7th, 2024, Judge Cannon postponed indefinitely the trial for former President Trump's classified documents in Florida, citing significant issues with classified evidence.
Vivek Ramaswamy's composed and unwavering stance during a lively exchange with Don Lemon on "CNN This Morning" highlighted his adeptness at handling challenging conversations. The conversation on April 19, 2024, delved into civil rights and gun rights in the context of the Civil War and Reconstruction. Lemon's confrontational style and pointed remarks were cited as factors in his subsequent firing, contrasting with Ramaswamy's poised approach. Lemon's conduct in the interview was said to be the tipping point that concluded his 17-year tenure at CNN.
Consider the positive impact Vivek could bring as Vice President, taking into account the influence he has demonstrated outside of government just in the past year alone.
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Those Who Support A VP Vivek Ramaswamy

Elon Musk
Elon MuskCEO of X, SpaceX and Tesla
Elon Musk
Donald Trump Jr.
Donald Trump Jr.President Trump's Son
According to the New York Post, Donald Trump Jr. is lobbying his father to select a running mate who can take a punch—and hit back even harder. “What I want in that role is I want a fighter,” Trump Jr. said. “I understand what they are going to throw at us." He also said, "in 2016 you needed someone to balance out [the ticket] — that’s where Mike Pence made sense, sort of the yin and yang, but [given] the vicious nature of the swamp and the insanity we see on a daily basis, you need someone who can take those hits." He's been pushing Vivek Ramaswamy, Tucker Carlson, or JD Vance for VP. Read The Article
General Mike Flynn
General Mike FlynnFormer National Security Advisor
General Mike Flynn
Senator Mike Lee
Senator Mike LeeU.S. Senator from Utah
Senator Mike Lee
Tucker Carlson
Tucker CarlsonHost of Tucker Carlson
Tucker Carlson
Glenn Beck
Glenn BeckHost of The Glenn Beck Program
Glenn Beck
Scott Adams
Scott AdamsAuthor, Host of Real Coffee with Scott Adams
Scott Adams
Candace Owens
Candace OwensHost of Candace
Candace Owens
The Hodgetwins
The HodgetwinsHosts of the TwinsPod
The Hodgetwins
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Featured Podcasts

Vivek Ramaswamy has been featured on a number of podcasts, where he articulates the America First vision, discusses America and the future of the Republican Party. Here are some of the highlights:

Lies & Myths

Vivek Ramaswamy Isn't Eligible To Hold Office
Under the US Constitution: Article II, Section I: "No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States." Furthermore, under Amendment XIV, Section I: "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside." Vivek was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, making him a natural-born citizen, eligible to hold office. His parents also immigrated here legally.
Vivek Ramaswamy Has Ties To The World Economic Forum
Two years back, the WEF attempted to lure Vivek by naming him a 'Young Global Leader,’ a title he declined. The WEF persisted in listing him until Vivek took legal action, the first time anyone sued the WEF and won. The WEF issued Vivek a public apology and disavowal, pledging to refrain from listing individuals without their explicit consent.
Vivek Ramaswamy Has Ties To George Soros
When Vivek was 24 years old, he won a $50,000 generic scholarship that hundreds of students win to attend graduate school. It was not funded by George Soros. It was sponsored by a relative of George Soros (Paul, his brother) who is long dead. There were no strings attached.
Vivek Ramaswamy Was Involved In A Pump And Dump Scheme
Vivek Ramaswamy has faced accusations of involvement in a pump and dump scheme during his tenure as a biotech CEO. These allegations are false and have been debunked.
Vivek Ramaswamy Is Not A Christian
This is actually true, Vivek is Hindu. However, Vivek's faith shares much of the same Judeo-Christian principles. In Vivek's words "I believe there's one true God. I believe God put each of us here for a purpose. My faith teaches me that we have a duty, a moral duty to realize that purpose, that we're God's instruments."
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