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After Ramaswamy’s Exit, Focus Shifts to Haley and DeSantis’ Next Moves

Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy decided to stop running for President in 2024 as a Republican and supported Donald Trump on Monday night. This happened just after Trump won the Iowa caucus.

Ramaswamy, who is 38 years old, talked to his supporters in Des Moines, Iowa. He said they didn’t get the surprise they were hoping for that night. He also said he doesn’t see a way for him to become the next president unless things happen that they don’t want to see in the country. He expressed his worries about the state of the nation, saying it feels like the country is in a dangerous situation.

Ramaswamy said the person in the White House should put America first. He mentioned that there are two candidates who support this idea. He then told the crowd that he called Trump to congratulate him on his win and asked them to support him in taking the America First movement to the next level.

Donald Trump, who is 77 years old, won the caucus, with Ron DeSantis, who is 45, coming in second and Nikki Haley, who is 51, in third place.

A spokesperson for Make America Great Again Inc. said that the people of Iowa made it clear that Trump will be the next Republican nominee for President. They said it’s time to make him the next President of the United States.

Trump’s team criticized the other candidates, saying they should stop wasting time and resources since they can’t beat Trump.

Ramaswamy’s decision to drop out came after the Iowa caucus, where Trump won with a big majority. Ramaswamy didn’t do as well as expected and decided to stop his campaign. He endorsed Trump as the Republican nominee for 2024.

After Ramaswamy's Exit, Focus Shifts to Haley and DeSantis' Next Moves

Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy decided to stop running for President in 2024

DeSantis and Haley are still in the race and will try to do better in the next primary in New Hampshire.

All the remaining Republican candidates are ahead of Joe Biden in the polls. But Ramaswamy is the only one who decided to drop out after Iowa. The other candidates are still hoping to do well in the upcoming primaries or hoping that something will happen to make it harder for Trump to win the nomination.

The candidates will continue to campaign in New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina in the next few weeks. Then they will focus on Michigan, Missouri, and North Dakota later in February and early March.

DeSantis told his supporters that he’s still in the race for the long haul, even though he didn’t do much campaigning in New Hampshire.

Haley is also confident in her campaign. She believes she can win the nomination and beat Trump in New Hampshire, especially now that Chris Christie dropped out of the race.

Ramaswamy had criticized Haley’s campaign, saying it was helped by powerful people. He said he doesn’t want the race to become a contest between her and Trump. He thinks Trump is the best president of the 21st century and has defended him against unfair attacks. He believes the system is trying to stop Trump from becoming president again.

By Super Tuesday in March, the Republican nominee for President will likely be chosen. This is also when Trump’s first federal trial is scheduled to start.

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