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Vivek Ramaswamy “Bar for Bar” copies Obama’s whole flow During the GOP debate

Why do Republicans like imitating Obama? We’re looking at you this time, Vivek Ramaswamy.

Last night, at the Republican presidential debate at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, contenders battled to see if anybody could stop Trump from clinching the nomination.

During their inaugural addresses, presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy chose to connect to the crowd by using a famous Barack Obama statement, which was not a good look.

Vivek Ramaswamy pulled a Melania and copied President Obama’s famous speech tonight. He spent the whole evening auditioning for Trump’s VP, only to have Nikki Haley smash him.

“Who the hell is this skinny guy with a strange surname?” “What on earth is he doing in the middle of this debate?” Ramaswamy said at the start of the argument.

Obama made almost the same statement during a speech at the Democratic National Convention in 2004, when he was still a young U.S. senator, similarly referring to himself as a “skinny kid with a funny name.”

Other Republican contenders, like former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, chastised Ramaswamy for his Obama remark and made fun of him, claiming the entrepreneur sounded like Chat GPT.

“The last person who stood up here saying, ‘What’s a skinny guy with an odd last name doing up here?’ was Barack Obama, and I’m afraid we’re dealing with the same type of amateur standing on stage tonight,” Christie said to Ramaswamy.

Ramaswamy reacted by asking Christie if he wanted a “hug” and implying that Christie had a role in Obama’s election, to which Christie replied, “Same type of amateur.”

We understand that if you take remarks from a past President, Barack Obama is definitely the man you’d want to steal from. But, as Soulja Boy put it, Vivek Ramaswamy mimicked Obama’s whole cadence “word for word, bar for bar.”

However, Ramaswamy is not Obama, as shown during the GOP debate.

Obama’s wordplay could unite people, whereas Ramaswamy seemed to be talking for the sake of talking at moments throughout the discussion. The crowd often booed his comments and ideas, and his long-winded replies sometimes seemed to suck the breath out of the room.

You shouldn’t use the same language as Obama just because you can.

According to USA Today, the second Republican presidential primary debate will be held on September 27 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute in Simi Valley, California.

Let’s see who else copies Obama’s flow bar for bar.

Other crucial dates for the Republican nomination:

  • Iowa caucuses: January 15th
  • Nevada caucuses: February 8
  • South Carolina primary: February 24th
  • Michigan primary: February 27th
  • The Idaho caucuses: March 2nd.
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Written by Anthony Peters