No Running on Trump’s Ticket or Serving in his Cabinet; Focused On Winning

2024 GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has stated that, if asked, he would not run for president on Donald Trump’s ticket or serve in Trump’s cabinet. When asked Thursday if he would consider running on the same ticket as Donald Trump if he were the Republican nominee, the Republican challenger was categorical in his response to host Buck Sexton of “The Clay & Buck Show.”

The successful businessman was unequivocal: “I will be helpful to this country in whatever way I can, but I would not be number two or member of an administration,” Ramaswamy said. If I want to have the greatest possible impact on this country, I don’t think that’s the path for me to take.

Ramaswamy stated that he is keeping his eye on the bigger picture, which is to reduce the size of the federal bureaucratic state as he sees fit.

He went on to say that he believed the Republican Party had many other talented political leaders who would be needed in the incoming administration. I don’t think there are a lot of exceptionally talented executives out there who are capable of creating successful businesses. Private sector leaders are those who build enduring businesses. In this way, then, I will make a difference. But I believe I have the clearest understanding of how to actually shut down the administrative state and the federal bureaucracy when it comes to reforming the executive branch of government.

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