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Ducking Jan. 10 ‘CNN’ debate, Ramaswamy cites being called ‘one step away from Nazi propaganda’

Instead, the U.S. presidential candidate plans to do a “live-audience show” in Des Moines with Tim Pool, whose previous guests include Kanye West.

Vivek Ramaswamy speaks at the Conservative Political Action (CPAC) conference at the National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Md., just outside Washington, D.C. on March 3, 2023. Credit: Julia Nikhinson, Consolidated News Photos/Shuterstock.
Vivek Ramaswamy speaks at the Conservative Political Action (CPAC) conference at the National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Md., just outside Washington, D.C. on March 3, 2023. Credit: Julia Nikhinson, Consolidated News Photos/Shuterstock.

Vivek Ramaswamy, the 38-year-old technology entrepreneur who is running for president as a Republican, plans to sit out what he calls “CNN’s fake Iowa ‘debate’ on Jan. 10, which will be the most boring in modern history.”

Instead, he plans to be a guest that night on a “live-audience show” in Des Moines, Iowa, with Tim Pool. “Won’t hold back,” Ramaswamy wrote.

He then cited nine items which he referred to as “CNN’s shenanigans.”

“On Dec, 14, CNN notified my campaign that multiple qualifying polls, which the RNC used for each of the RNC debates, mysteriously wouldn’t count for CNN’s fake ‘debate’ in Iowa on Jan. 10,” he wrote. (The Republican National Committee oversees the party’s organization.)

And, he added, “CNN commentator Van Jones said he was ‘literally shaking’ when he heard me speak. And my rhetoric is ‘one step away from Nazi propaganda.’”

In November, Kanye West (Ye) walked out of an interview on Tim Pool’s show after the podcaster questioned him about his antisemitic views.

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