Presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy calls on fellow Republican candidates to speak out against possible impeachment against Trump after Nikki Haley and Tim Scott refuse to answer questions from DailyMail.com
- Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Tim Scott and other possible presidential hopefuls have yet to comment on the explosive news that Trump could be impeached.
- Presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy called the candidates despite
- He said an indictment would be the “beginning of the end” because it would be the use of “arrest power” to “eliminate opposition from a ruling party.”
Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Tim Scott and several other potential presidential hopefuls have yet to weigh in on the explosive news that Donald Trump could be indicted by the Manhattan district attorney this week.
Presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy had some harsh words for the Republican camp on Saturday, saying their silence could be “the beginning of the end.”
If an indictment is filed in the case involving Trump’s hush money payment to porn star Stormey Daniels, it would be the first against the former president and could open a floodgate for other cases against him.
Neither Senator Scott nor former Governor Haley, the Trump-era ambassador to the United Nations, chose to answer DailyMail.com’s questions about the impeachment at the Palmetto Family Council’s National Conservative Vision ’24 Forum in North Charleston, Carolina. South on Saturday.
Florida Gov. DeSantis’ team did not respond to DailyMail.com’s request for comment on the allegation.
Presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy called on his fellow candidates, potential and announced, to denounce the possible imminent impeachment against Donald Trump.
Presidential candidate Nikki Haley (left) and Senator Tim Scott (right), who is weighing an offer, did not respond to DailyMail.com when asked about the allegation at Palmetto Family Council’s National Conservative Vision ’24 Forum in North Charleston. South Carolina on Saturday
“Today was an important day in the country,” Ramaswamy said during a brief press conference after his own comments at the forum.
“The reason I’m doing this is because I think the rest of the Republican field has been deafeningly silent on an important issue in the country today,” he added of the news that an impeachment might be looming.
“What I am going to say has nothing to do with Donald Trump and everything to do with the integrity of an election and the integrity of a self-governing democracy,” added the biotech billionaire. “So I don’t care if you support Trump or not, if you support the integrity of our constitutional republic, then you have to be on the side of being really clear.”
Ramaswamy has been very eloquent in denouncing the possibility of an impeachment against Trump, claiming that there would be no case if it weren’t for the face that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is harshly anti-Trump.
He claimed during his press conference in Charleston on Saturday that he is a “politically empowered prosecutor” seeking to “eliminate opposition from a ruling party using the power of arrest.”
Ramaswamy immediately responded to the news of the impending indictment Saturday morning with a tweet.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ team did not respond to a DailyMail.com request for comment on Trump’s accusation.
Former Vice President Mike Pence, also a possible 2024 contender, also responded by telling Breitbart News radio that the move, while yet to be carried out, “reeks of the kind of political persecution we suffered in the days of the Russia hoax.” .
Othersie, the rest of the field of already announced and potential candidates were silent on the matter.
“We learned this morning that a former president of the United States, who is running for office, is likely to be prosecuted by the district attorney for Manhattan in New York,” Ramaswamy said, making it clear that while he is in a presidential primary against Trump, your thoughts on the impeachment are not politically motivated.
“It’s a sad day in America,” he said. “It is a dark day in the United States if the ruling party in this country uses police power to arrest its political opposition.”
‘That would be the beginning of the end as we know.’