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US presidential race: Vivek Ramaswamy withdraws candidature after disappointing show, Donald Trump registers dominant win in Iowa caucuses

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US presidential race: Vivek Ramaswamy withdraws candidature after disappointing show, Donald Trump registers dominant win in Iowa caucuses
US presidential race: Vivek Ramaswamy withdraws candidature after disappointing show, Donald Trump registers dominant win in Iowa caucuses

Indian-origin businessman and politician Vivek Ramaswamy on Tuesday (January 16, 2024) withdrew his candidature from the US presidential race after his disappointing present in the Iowa caucuses, that had been clinched by former President Donald Trump.

US presidential race: Vivek Ramaswamy withdraws candidature after disappointing show, Donald Trump registers dominant win in Iowa caucuses
Donald Trump clinches Iowa. Photo Courtesy: Donald Trump Instagram web page

Apart from withdrawing his candidature, he additionally endorsed Trump.

“I’ll follow the reality tonight. The first arduous fact and this was arduous for me, I gotta admit this, however we’ve checked out it each which manner. And I feel it’s true that we didn’t obtain the shock that we wished to ship tonight,” he stated at his marketing campaign’s watch occasion in Des Moines, Iowa, as quoted by CNN.

“Earlier tonight, I known as Donald Trump to inform him that I congratulate him on his victory. And now going ahead, he can have my full endorsement for the presidency,” he stated.

In Iowa, Ramaswamy ended his run in the fourth place with 8358 votes and seven.7% vote share.

Trump emerges victorious in Iowa

In the primary vote in the US presidential race, Donald Trump emerged victorious by clinching the Iowa caucuses.

Following the victory, Trump has gained a powerful begin as a presumptive Republican candidate to problem president Joe Biden in the US polls in November.

According to stories,  Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis completed the Iowa race in the second place with 23,400 votes and 21.2% vote share.

Following his victory, Trump, who acquired 56,210 votes and 51% vote share, stated: “I actually assume that is time now for everyone, our nation, to come back collectively.”

He was quoted as saying by CNN: “We need to come collectively, whether or not it’s Republican or Democrat or liberal or conservative.”

Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley stood in the third place in the Iowa race. She acquired  21,076 votes and 19.1% vote share.

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