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Vivek Ramaswamy Announces 2024 White House Bid


The 2024 presidential primary field is growing.

Tuesday evening, Republican businessman Vivek Ramaswamy officially launched his 2024 White House campaign during his interview with Fox News’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“We are in the middle of this national identity crisis, Tucker, where we have celebrated our diversity and our differences for so long that we’ve forgotten all of the ways that we are really just the same as Americans, bound by a common set of ideals that set this nation into motion 250 years ago, and that’s why I am proud to say tonight I am running for United States president,” Ramaswamy said.

“We’re in the midst of a national identity crisis. Faith, patriotism & family are disappearing. We embrace one secular religion after another — from wokeism to climatism — to satisfy our deeper need for meaning. Yet we cannot even answer what it means to be an American,” Ramaswamy said on Twitter.

“The GOP can fill that void. E pluribus unum: from many, one. That is the dream that won the American Revolution; that reunited us after the Civil War, that won us two World Wars & the Cold War. That is the dream that still gives hope to the world. That is American exceptionalism,” he said.

The millionaire investor and author has been hinting for weeks about potentially entering the race.

Ramaswamy, 37, is the first non-elected official and the second first-generation Indian American seeking the White House in the 2024 election cycle, the first being former ambassador to the U.N. and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, who launched her candidacy last week. 

If the anti-woke tech entrepreneur is elected to the White House, Ramaswamy told The New York Times his first act as president would be repealing Executive Order 11246.

That order “requires affirmative action and prohibits federal contractors from discriminating on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin,” according to the Department of Labor.


  1. I would not vote for anyone that could have that kind of power and know they are for high tech and would promote their wishes in office. That is maybe the outcome and I do not support that.

  2. While yes, we are in an identity crises that is far from the peril we face as a nation if the Democrat Socialist Left gain power again in the House. Our challenges are to Clean up the corruption of the Democrats in most agencies, etc. and clean up the relationships across the world. Trump left us in so much better shape to do that at home and abroad with no wars – Can you believe that – NO WARS – and PEACE PACS with nations that never spoke with each other b4 and he opened the door to N. Korea and Saudi Arabia – no president had ever spoken to them b4. THIS IS WHAT WE NEED AGAIN along with the help of McCarthy and the House to clean up the agencies, etc.

  3. We are in an identity crisis because we’ve been invaded. I’m sick of hearing doesn’t han’s and disrespectful foreigners. Period. This guy has no chance in hell. President Trump has our support and our respect.

  4. This is a waste of time. All the dead in Baltimore, Chicago, and Atlanta have already voted. Those in Philly have democratic operatives in every nursing home. Until you true the vote, elections mean NOTHING


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