The two Indian-Americans in the pack of Republicans trailing front runner Donald Trump for the 2024 presidential election in the US got into a verbal dust up recently. Neither Nikki Haley nor Vivek Ramaswamy is likely to end up on any presidential ballot unless something dire happens to Trump medically or legally, given his multiple criminal indictments. But their disagreement lent some real zip to another pedestrian debate among the Republican also-rans
As the US campaign express entered its final year ahead of the presidential election in November 2024, voters are offered a first generation American of Indian origin whose energized performance befits a high-tech entrepreneur who claims he has all the answers despite lacking political experience
He’s a wealthy Indian-American businessman with no name recognition and no political experience, but his bid to become president of the United States of America in the 2024 election is gaining lots of attention. Vivek Ramaswamy is testing his dream scenario as one more step in a lifetime of over-achievement
Vivek Ramaswamy is a 37-year-old biotech entrepreneur spending his own fortune campaigning to be the Republican candidate for president in the 2024 election. This Libertarian-style Republican is focused on being an attractive choice for pro-Trump Americans, who are concerned that mounting legal indictments and trials will sideline the former president
They are making headlines in political and judicial circles in the USA. Vivek Ramaswamy has announced his nomination for president while Arun Subramanian is the first Indian-American to become a federal judge. Both of them have contrasting back stories.