Vivek Ramaswamy, a candidate for president on the Republican side, came under attack online for his hairdo during the second GOP debate. Some people compared his hair to a toupee, while others said it looked like he had just woken up. Since he entered the race, Ramaswamy’s hair has drawn attention, and it’s possible that it will continue to do so during the campaign.
Several X users blasted Ramaswamy for his looks in the debate. One user wrote, “#GOPDebate Vivek Ramaswamy is so whipped up and screamy that his hair is rising up toward Jesus out of fear.”
One user wrote, “Vivek Ramaswamy before his hair got so tall.”
Another user wrote, “Vivek Ramaswamy’s hair is stupid. And this is coming from a guy who practices “high hair” #GOPDebate”
One user wrote, “So…@VivekGRamaswamy is buzzwords and word salad in human form with absurd hair. #GOPDebate #2ndGOPDebate #VivekRamaswamy”
Despite the online troll, Ramaswamy talked the most during the debate and expressed opinions on a variety of topics. However, Senator Tim Scott expressed concerns during the discussion regarding Vivek Ramaswamy’s earlier business relationships with China, highlighting a heightened boldness in his approach compared to prior debates. This was said in answer to a query regarding the support of undocumented immigrants’ birthright citizenship.
Vivek Ramaswamy defended his prior business connections in China during a contentious discussion. Like many other American companies, his company initially entered the Chinese market, he said, but soon after decided to leave.
“You know what I did with my first firm, you know, when every other CEO went for the Chinese market? In China, we established a subsidiary. But do you know what I did that set my business apart from everyone else’s? Ramaswamy declared, “We left there like there was no tomorrow.