Speaking after being invited onstage by Trump, Ramaswamy continued with much of his previous campaign rhetoric, though he directed it fully in support of Trump.
“It’s not a war between black and white, it’s not between Democrat and Republican, and even in a deeper sense — It’s between the permanent state and the everyday citizen, between those of us who love the United States of America and a fringe minority who hates this country and what we stand for,” he declared.
“And right now, we need a commander in chief who will lead us to victory in this war. That’s what we need in this country,” he said.
Former Republican presidential candidate businessman