Christie criticizes Ramaswamy for copying Obama’s words.

Pharmaceutical Executive Vivek Ramaswamy Slammed by ⁢Chris Christie at Republican ‌Primary Debate

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie didn’t ​hold back in criticizing pharmaceutical executive Vivek Ramaswamy at the Republican Party’s first⁣ primary debate in Milwaukee, ‌Wisconsin. ⁢Christie accused Ramaswamy of borrowing lines directly from Barack Obama, sparking ​a heated exchange.

Christie took‍ aim at‍ Ramaswamy’s claim that he would ‍dismantle the entire “federal administrative state” and ​bring about a “revolution,” ​dismissing ⁢it as the words of a political novice. The audience erupted in‌ applause as Christie made his point.

Ramaswamy kicked off the debate with a humorous remark, asking, “Who the⁤ heck is this skinny guy with a ‍funny last name,​ and what the heck is‌ he doing in the middle of this debate stage?”

Responding to ‌Ramaswamy’s comment,‌ Christie quipped, “I’ve had enough⁣ already of a guy who sounds like ChatGPT. The last⁢ guy who ​stood on a stage and​ described himself as ⁤a skinny guy with a funny name was Barack⁤ Obama… I’m afraid we’re dealing with the same type of amateur.”

It’s worth noting that Obama famously‍ described himself as “a skinny kid with a⁣ funny ​name”‌ during his national debut in 2004.


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