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Ramaswamy: Wall Street Journal wrote, Ramaswamy strong contender for President, can win the election if...

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Vivek Ramaswamy
Vivek Ramaswamy

Wall wrote in one of his papers that he could prove to be a strong candidate if he argued from the platform in favor of voting.

These days in America, the excitement about the presidential election has intensified. After Nikki Haley, the former governor of South Carolina and of Indian origin, now Indian-American tech industrialist Vivek Ramaswamy has also rejected the candidacy for the post of President. America's prestigious financial media house Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has also supported Vivek Ramaswamy in a way. Wall wrote in one of his papers that he could prove to be a strong candidate if he argued from the platform in favor of voting. In a way, the editorial board of Wall Street has endorsed Vivek's candidacy.

Wall's article states that Ramaswamy has preternatural energy. He can give his brief arguments with the best. If he can marshal the polling support to make it onto the debate stage, he will be formidable. Wall's editorial board further wrote that Ramaswamy had written about the shortcomings of American business in his book 'Woke Inc'.

What else was written on the wall?

The challenges of the 2024 presidential election have also been mentioned in Wall Street. Wrote, 'Campaigning for the White House has become a futile project for some. Marian Williamson and Dennis Kucinich have no chance to see it. If Ramaswamy wants to win this election, he will have to convince the voters that he is ahead of the curve. He can firmly handle the responsibility from the country's security to the economy. Especially he has to clear the doubts of the young voters. If the young voter gets along with him, he will easily win the election. The Wall Street Editorial Board said Ramaswamy has been a strong voice for free speech against censorship by tech giants.

Who is Vivek Ramaswamy?

Vivek Ramaswamy is a millionaire businessman and in the US state of Iowa, he is organizing several events to promote his candidacy. Ramaswamy says he is focusing on starting an idea-based campaign. Please tell that Vivek Ramaswamy's father was a General Electric engineer and had settled in America from Kerala, India. Ramaswamy's mother was a psychiatrist. Ramaswamy was born in Cincinnati, USA. Harvard and Yale University-educated Vivek Ramaswamy's assets are close to $ 500 million. Vivek Ramaswamy is the owner of a biotech company.

Nikki Haley has also announced to contest elections

Earlier in the US, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has also announced to contest the US presidential election. Nikki Haley will present her claim from the Republican Party. It is noteworthy that former President Donald Trump from the Republican Party has also announced to enter the election field. Kamala Harris of Indian origin is currently the Vice President of America. The dominance of people of Indian origin is increasing in many countries of the world. In Britain too, Rishi Sunak of Indian origin is handling the responsibility of the post of Prime Minister.