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Analyzing Ramaswamy’s Political Ascent

The victor of next week’s Republican primary debate is likely the one who exceeds predictions. This sets a demanding standard for candidates like Ron DeSantis, who entered with recognition, funds, and buzz. However, for someone like Vivek Ramaswamy, an entrepreneur without political experience and limited recognition, the benchmark is lower.

Yet, don’t underestimate him. An Ivy League-educated child of Indian immigrants, Ramaswamy amassed millions in biotech and pharmaceuticals. He’s staunchly pro-Trump, seemingly eyeing a cabinet role more than the presidency itself. It starts with enthusiastic praise for the former president, a posture outdoing even Trump. He’s committed to pardoning the former president if elected. Clear and simple.

Ramaswamy’s policy proposals diverge from his background. Despite his young age of 38, he aims to raise the voting age to 25 unless 18-year-olds pass a citizenship test or serve in the military or as first responders. Despite his immigrant roots, he seeks to eliminate birthright citizenship.

He puts forth more unconventional ideas. He proposes deploying the US military against Mexican cartels and equipping Taiwanese families with NRA-provided AK-47s. He plans to halt carbon dioxide emissions measurement and slash federal bureaucracy by 75%, including eliminating the FBI.

Despite his puzzling agenda and unconventional ideas (like questioning the government’s 9/11 explanation), Ramaswamy is experiencing a moment. He ranks third in many surveys and second in a recent one. (No wonder a pro-DeSantis super PAC advises challenging him in the debate.)

Ramaswamy follows a media approach similar to Pete Buttegieg and Beto O’Rourke, granting interviews freely. But media savvy isn’t the entirety of his campaign.

The Impact of Confidence in Ramaswamy’s Campaign

Confidence encapsulates Ramaswamy’s rise. All presidential entrants are self-assured, yet most candidates, Trump included, partially believe their own words, relying on tried phrases for support. Ramaswamy stands apart. He’s a true believer, persuading voters through sheer conviction, regardless of authenticity.

During George W. Bush’s campaigns, I collaborated with his press secretary, Karen Hughes. She epitomized the importance of confidence. She’d convince reporters, even Bush himself, not just through content, but unwavering conviction. Her intense gaze compelled assent, reasoning, “If she’s this certain, it must be true.”

Ramaswamy masters policy confidence, a charismatic charlatan. He captivates with unwavering certainty. He may be wrong but never unsure. This is the man who confidently rapped to an Eminem song at the Iowa State Fair.

The Role of Confidence in Debates

Approaching the upcoming debate (with Trump’s attendance uncertain), don’t undervalue confidence. I’ve coached presidential candidates for debates, and fostering an unnatural level of confidence is pivotal for swaying pundits, viewers, and the electorate.

Ramaswamy is a skilled communicator. He adeptly navigates arguments, twisting like a fencer. He reshapes opinions while sounding reasonable.



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