The fourth Republican National Committee (RNC) debate was held on December 6th in Tuscaloosa, AL. Vivek Ramaswamy took to the stage as well as fellow candidates, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley.
Requesting to make a statement about Haley’s views, Ramaswamy called out Haley for her previous stance on wanting the US to help Ukraine win at all costs. Up to, and including the idea of sending US troops there to lead from the front. In his response, he simply dog-walked her to the sounds of boos raining down upon him for volunteering our troops like this.
“This is what I want people to understand … I mean she has no idea what the hell the names of those provinces are, but she wants to send our sons and daughters and our troops and our military equipment to go fight it. So reject this myth that they’ve been selling you, that somebody had a cup of coffee stint at the UN and then made eight million bucks after her real foreign policy experience. It takes an outsider to see this through…She doesn’t know the names of the provinces that she wants to actually fight for.”
Naturally, Christie tried cutting him off and attacking Ramaswamy for this statement, and DeSantis sat back, just waiting for the next opportunity to speak for himself. Granted, no matter what Christie said, Ramaswamy proved why Haley is now another potential candidate who not only isn’t fit to lead the nation, but it might be time for South Carolina to show her the door as well.