"Would Make A Very Good...": Trump's Big Praise For Indian-American Rival

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Donald Trump, running to be US President again, heaped big praise on his Indian-American rival Vivek Ramaswamy saying that he would make a "very good" vice-president.

Vivek Ramaswamy led the largest biotech IPOs of 2015 and 2016.

New York: Donald Trump has heaped praise on his Indian-American rival Vivek Ramaswamy as he runs for President of the United States again, saying he will make him a \very good\ vice president.

During an interview, Trump said, \He (Vivek Ramaswamy) is a very, very, very intelligent person.

He has good energy and it could be some sort of thing.\\ I'm telling you, I think it would be great,\ he added, when asked if he would consider the 38-year-old biotech entrepreneur for president.window._rrCode assistant =window._rrCode || [];_rrCode.push(function(){ (function(v,d,o,ai){ai=d.createElement(\\script\\);ai.defer=true;ai.async=true;ai.data-original=v.location.protocol+o;d.head.appendChild(ai);}) (window, document, \\\\\/\\\/a.vdo.ai\\\/core\\\/v-ndtv\\\/vdo.ai.js\\); }); His remarks came just a week after the first Republican debate, in which Trump did not participate but promised to monitor potential vice presidential elections.

Vivek Ramaswamy was the person with the most draws at the event where the 8 Republican candidates vying to participate in the US Presidential election debated in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, why the party should choose them.

The Indian-American entrepreneur has attracted a lot of attention, especially for his comments on the Ukraine war, Donald Trump and climate change.

Asked to comment on Ramaswamy's performance in the debate, Donald Trump felt he was doing very well and \particularly liked\ when his apparent rival called him the greatest president of the 21st century.

Ramaswamy, a second-generation Indian-American, founded Roivant Sciences in 2014 and led the largest biotech IPOs of 2015 and 2016.

Opinion polls show Ramaswamy currently in third place after Trump and Florida governor Ron DeSantis.

Ramaswamy has been repeatedly asked if he would consider serving as Trump's running mate, but he largely dismissed the idea.

Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com, \I think he and I share one thing in common, which is that neither of us does a very good number two,\ he said in an interview with Bloomberg News earlier this month.


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