2024 GOP Presidential Hopeful Criticizes Biden’s First Veto as a ‘Loss’ for Capitalism
Vivek Ramaswamy, a 2024 presidential candidate, has slammed President Biden for vetoing the ESG rule bill.
Ramaswamy, who is running for president, is urging all Republican candidates to commit to a complete decoupling from China.
He believes that the U.S.
needs to take a tougher stance on China, which has been using U.S.
companies to advance their own geopolitical agendas.
Ramaswamy believes that a ban on U.S.
businesses from doing business in China until the CCP reforms itself is necessary, and that this will force China to change its behaviors.
Ramaswamy believes that this is a gamble, but he thinks that it is a risk worth taking.
He believes that America needs to deliver what it needs in the long run, and this moment demands courage.
He also criticized President Biden’s first veto, which he believes is a loss for both capitalism and democracy.
The veto concerns a bipartisan effort that aims to rescind the rule that allows retirement fund managers to use environmental, social, and cultural agendas to inform how they invest people’s money.
Ramaswamy is campaigning hard and campaigning on principle, urging all Republican candidates to join him in committing to a complete decoupling from China.