Vivek Ramaswamy says, ‘Nikki Haley cannot name the 3 provinces of eastern Ukraine where she wants American troops to fight.’

 – Gudstory

Vivek Ramaswamy says, ‘Nikki Haley cannot name the 3 provinces of eastern Ukraine where she wants American troops to fight.’ – Gudstory

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US Presidential Elections 2024: After Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy criticized fellow conservative Nikki Haley for not acknowledging ‘slavery’ as the primary cause of the American Civil War, Ramaswamy has now criticized both US President Joe Biden and Nikki Haley. But took another sarcasm and raised questions about him. Qualifications in terms of ‘real foreign policy’ experience.

In a post on X, Ramaswamy said, “Nikki knows as little about the Civil War as she does about the Ukraine War. But whatever war it was, I’m sure he’s in favor of it.”

Speaking on Live News Nation, Ramaswamy said, “I think for those with foreign policy experience, one thing that Joe Biden and Nikki Haley didn’t comment on is that neither of them are there for you in the East. “Can’t even tell about the three provinces of Ukraine to which they want to send.” “What will our soldiers really fight for?”

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Earlier on February 3, 2022, President Joe Biden officially authorized the deployment of 3,000 US troops to Poland, Germany and Romania, according to a Pentagon announcement.

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Ramaswamy looked at Haley and said, “Look at that, this is what I want people to understand. These people… I mean, he has no idea what the names of those provinces are where you want to send our sons, daughters and our military equipment to fight. So, reject the myth that they are selling you. Someone made $8 million after having a cup of coffee, sitting at the United Nations, and getting real overseas experience. It takes an outsider to see it, see that blank expression.”

As reported by joint service organizations on 23 February 2023, 40,000 US troops have been deployed to Eastern Europe in response to the invasion, and overall, there are now approximately “100,000 US service members deployed either to Europe in support of our Are or are permanently deployed.” “NATO allies and Ukrainians defend their sovereignty and independence.”

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Earlier, Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley was asked about the cause of the Civil War at a New Hampshire town hall, and she did not mention slavery in her answer. She withdrew her comments hours later.

Haley was asked during a town hall Wednesday night in Berlin what she believed caused the war, “I think the cause of the Civil War was basically how the government was run, the freedoms and what people could do. And what couldn’t have been done,” Haley replied. , “It always depends on the role of the government. We need capitalism, we need economic freedom. We need to make sure that we do all the things so that individuals have freedom so that they can have freedom of speech.” Freedom of religion, freedom to do or be anything without government interference.”

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However, many historians agree that slavery catalyzed the American Civil War, which lasted from 1861 to 1865 and culminated in the emancipation of enslaved persons. The incident is the latest development to bring the discussion about race and slavery to the forefront of the 2024 presidential campaign, posing a significant challenge for Haley at a critical juncture in her candidacy.

Meanwhile, Biden’s approval rating among black voters in seven swing states has declined by 7 percentage points, to 61% in the month since October, according to a Bloomberg News/Morning Consult poll.

In contrast, support for Donald Trump has remained relatively stable at around 25%. The Trump campaign plans to step up efforts to connect with black voters, aiming to shore up Biden’s support in swing states.

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Published: 29 Dec 2023, 07:32 am IST


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