If Donald Trump wins in 2024, who will be the Vice President of America, this is the name – India TV Hindi

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Washington: Who will win the US presidential election in November and whether it will be between Trump and Biden or someone else in the final round may not yet be clear, but a name has emerged for the vice president. If Donald Trump wins this election, he can make Indian-origin Vivek Ramaswamy the Vice President. This issue is being discussed vigorously. Although earlier, Vivek Ramaswamy was also in the fray to become the presidential candidate of the Republican Party, but before the first phase of the internal elections, he distanced himself from the competition and announced his support for Trump.

Indian-American Vivek Ramaswamy, a biotech entrepreneur-turned-political leader, is among the names being considered by former President and Republican nominee Donald Trump as a possible running mate for the 2024 presidential election. During Fox News’ ‘Town Hall’ program on Tuesday, the host asked Trump about his six possible choices for vice president, Politico.com reported. Trump named South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former Hawaii MP Tulsi Gabbard, Vivek Ramaswamy, Florida Representative Byron Donalds and South Dakota Governor Kristy Nome.

Nikki Haley was not named.

Trump (77) did not name another Indian-American, Nikki Haley, who is still Trump’s main rival from the Republican Party and is in the race. Ramaswamy, 38, not only dropped out as the Republican presidential nominee after his poor performance in the Iowa caucuses in mid-January, but also endorsed his eventual winner, Trump. When Fox News town hall event host Laura Ingraham asked him, “Are they all on your list?” Trump said, “They’re all on the list. Honestly, they’re all good people. They’re all good and strong.” Will join Trump in the race (Language)

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