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Salty Ramaswamy ad urges viewers to tune out DeSantis-Haley debate



Dec 6, 2023; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Businessperson Vivek Ramaswamy during the fourth Republican Presidential Primary Debate presented by NewsNation at the Frank Moody Music Building University of Alabama. Mandatory Credit: Gary Cosby-USA TODAY
Washington, D.C. Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy will launch an ad during Wednesday’s CNN discussion between Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley urging Iowa viewers to tune out.

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The advertisement accuses Ramaswamy, who was disqualified from the debate, of manipulating the Iowa caucus “in favor of the corporate candidates who they can control.”
In the advertisement that is anticipated to play in every Iowa market, Ramaswamy advises voters, “Don’t fall for their trick.”

“They don’t want you to hear from me about the truth of what really happened on January 6, the truth about the COVID origin, the Hunter Biden laptop story, and everything else they have lied to you about,” he continues, playing to far-right conspiracies and talking points.

Thus you may correct it, Ramaswamy continued. “Grab your remote and switch off this s—.”
Additional: “I am the outsider” Who is Vivek Ramaswamy, the Republican contender for 2024?
Candidates must get at least 10% of the vote in three different national surveys of Republican primary voters or in Iowa surveys of Republican caucus attendees that satisfy CNN’s criteria in order to be eligible for the Iowa debate.

Ramaswamy posted on X, previously Twitter, this week that the debate will be the most “boring in modern history” and that he will hold a competing live-audience performance Wednesday night in Iowa with right-wing podcaster Tim Pool.
The businessman is now following former President Donald Trump, Haley, and DeSantis in fourth place in national and state surveys for the Republican nomination.

Related: Nikki Haley is portraying being a mother as a benefit rather than a disadvantage. How it’s causing her to climb the rankings.




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