Is Vivek Ramaswamy the next President of U.S.?

Indian-American entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy gains popularity before the US Republican primary debate, focusing on "anti-wokism".

At just 38, he's worth $600 million, aiming for the Republican presidential candidacy, an unconventional "outsider". 

Ramaswamy, known for boldness, previously disrupted biotech with Roivant, aiming to revolutionize drug development, gaining both praise and criticism. 

Early success for Roivant with a pipeline of drugs, funded by SoftBank and Viking Global, but an Alzheimer’s trial failure led to skepticism. 

Despite setbacks, Roivant secured FDA-approved medicines and attracted billions in investment; Ramaswamy shifted to executive chairman in 2021. 

Ramaswamy left Roivant in 2023 for his presidential bid, leaving behind a company with FDA-approved drugs and potential for a substantial ROI. 

Vivek Ramaswamy's campaign highlights his investment against "wokism", marking him as a unique culture warrior. 

A distinctive figure, he was once a libertarian-minded rapper inspired by Eminem and also played piano for Alzheimer’s patients. 

Notably, he's a national-level tennis player, adding to his diverse profile beyond business and politics.

Vivek Ramaswamy's rise blends entrepreneurship, activism, music, sports, and a distinct campaign strategy. 

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