Businessman and Republican candidate Vivek Ramaswamy was severely trolled on social media for his comments at the GOP debate.

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During a question round related to Donald Trump at the debate, Ramaswamy called Donald Trump, the best president in the 21st Century. As his statement surfaced on the social media. The Republican leader was slammed on the internet for his comments. Several users called him out for running for Donald Trump’s vice president.

One user wrote, “Awesome call our 👏👏👏👏👏 I didn’t watch it but damn Trump was not physically present but damn he still came out on top 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻”

“Vivek Ramaswamy pulled a Melania tonight and plagiarized a famous speech by President Obama. He auditioned to be Trump’s VP all evening just to have Nikki Haley destroy him 😂 #GOPDebate” another user wrote.

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Vivek Ramaswamy, the youngest Republican candidate in the race, assumed a prominent position at the center stage during the intense GOP debate in Milwaukee. As all the GOP candidates exchanged verbal jabs and engaged in spirited discussions, their primary objective was to set themselves apart from their rivals and build momentum in their campaign against former U.S. President Donald Trump.

However, despite being criticized Ramaswamy took a firm stance on several topics for which he was lauded on the internet. During the debate, when asked which of the eight candidates would pardon Donald Trump if elected as U.S. President, Vivek Ramaswamy was the first to raise his hand, a move that was subsequently mirrored by the other candidates.

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Ramaswamy leveled accusations at the Biden administration, asserting that Trump had been wrongly framed. He went on to express his belief that Trump was the most outstanding president of the 21st century. In his words, “If folks at home want to watch a bunch of people blindly bash Trump, they can just flip the channel and watch MSNBC right now. But I’m not running for President of MSNBC; I’m running for President of the United States.”