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Trump Goes Off on Vivek Ramaswamy 

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In the latest episode of America’s favorite political reality show, “The Election Chronicles,” former President Donald Trump and Vivek Ramaswamy, the biotech entrepreneur-turned-presidential hopeful, have turned up the drama dial. It’s like watching a Twitter version of a high school spat, but with more suits and ties.

With the Iowa caucuses just around the corner, like a surprise visit from your in-laws, Trump has finally unleashed his Twitter fingers on Ramaswamy. The reason? Apparently, Ramaswamy’s not waving the MAGA flag high enough. Trump’s post on Truth Social was as subtle as a bull in a china shop, declaring that a vote for Vivek is like accidentally swapping your winning lottery ticket for a napkin.

Trump’s call to arms, “Vote for ‘TRUMP,’ don’t waste your vote!” is the kind of rallying cry you’d expect at a pep rally, not a political race. It’s like he’s the quarterback of the football team, telling the cheerleaders to only cheer for him.

Ramaswamy, on the other hand, seems to be playing a game of political Twister. Just an hour before Trump’s digital broadside, he shared a photo with supporters donning T-shirts featuring Trump’s mugshot and the slogan, “Save Trump. Vote Vivek.” It’s the political equivalent of wearing a “I’m with the band” T-shirt but also trying to replace the lead singer.

Chris LaCivita, Trump’s senior campaign advisor, jumped into the fray, labeling Ramaswamy a “FRAUD” on social media. Imagine him as the hype man in Trump’s corner of the boxing ring, shouting into the microphone.

And Trump, upon seeing Ramaswamy’s post, couldn’t resist a good ol’ clapback. It’s like seeing your grandpa trying to use slang to stay hip with the kids. According to a Trump advisor, who probably whispered this in a dark alley, the former president saw the post and decided it was time to take the gloves off.

Ramaswamy, not one to shy away from a verbal joust, responded with the kind of reverence you’d expect from a knight speaking to his king, but with a twist. He called Trump “the best President of the 21st century,” a compliment so shiny you’d need sunglasses to look directly at it. He talked about his Supreme Court briefs and FOIA demands like a student showing off his best homework.

But then, Ramaswamy added a dash of reality TV drama, urging everyone to “OPEN YOUR EYES to the hard TRUTH.” It’s like he’s trying to sell you conspiracy theory sunglasses that let you see ‘the real world.’

So, what’s the takeaway from this latest political saga? Well, it’s like watching a tennis match where both players are trying to serve aces while also complimenting each other’s backhand. It’s a delicate dance of admiration and rivalry, where every tweet and T-shirt is a move in a high-stakes game of chess… or maybe checkers, depending on the day.

As the Iowa caucuses loom like a plot twist in a season finale, one thing’s for sure: the Trump-Ramaswamy tangle is more entertaining than a reality TV show marathon. Grab your popcorn, folks, because this political show is just getting started!