(PartiallyPolitics.com) – Vivek Ramaswamy, the former Republican presidential candidate, declined to answer Fox News host Sean Hannity’s question about the possible role he would like to be given by former President Donald Trump if Trump wins a second term in office.
On Friday, during an interview, Hannity asked Ramaswamy about the possibility of working in a second Trump administration. In response, Ramaswamy argued that there were many ways for change to be driven in this country both from within and outside the U.S. government.
He added for the last few years he has been able to drive change through the market.
Ramaswamy announced that he would be dropping out of the presidential race after the Iowa caucuses where he received little support ending up in fourth place. As soon as he dropped out of the race he endorsed the former President.
Ramaswamy at the time had stated that he was suspending his 2024 presidential campaign. As he said for the start he had been saying that there were two America First candidates in the presidential race and that he had already called Trump to congratulate him on his win in the Iowa caucuses and tell him he had his endorsement in the 2024 election.
He proceeded to also call for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley to also drop out of the race and instead focus their attention on getting the country back to its founding ideas.
The next stop in the Republican presidential nomination race is New Hampshire, where the Decision Desk HQ/ The Hill poll average has shown that Trump is only leading against Haley by 11.4 percent.
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