Former President Donald Trump revealed he is “pleased” to see Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy doing well in the recent polls.
In a statement released Friday (May 5), Trump expressed being “pleased to see that Vivek Ramaswamy” doing well in recent Republican Primary Polling.
The former President noted that Ramaswamy was “tied” with former Vice President Mike Pence and appeared to be “on his way to catching Ron DeSanctimonious.”
Trump shared what he loves about Vivek, being his fellow Republican Presidential candidate only had “good things to say about ‘President Trump'” and everything that the Trump administration did, suggesting that’s why the businessman is “doing so well.”
“In any event, good luck to all of them, they will need it!” Trump concluded.
The former President and GOP Primary front-runner was referring to a new CBS/YouGov GOP primary poll released Monday (May 1).
The poll revealed that 58 percent of likely GOP primary voters would vote for Trump, while 18 percent of undecided voters shared that they were considering Trump.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is anticipated to declare a presidential run sometime after mid-May, trailed the former President, achieving only 22 percent among GOP primary voters and 30 percent among undecided voters saying they would consider him.
Ramaswamy and Pence each received five percent. While 15 percent of unsure voters surveyed said, they were considering Pence, while 12 percent said the same about Ramaswamy.
Nikki Haley, former Governor of South Carolina, achieved 4 percent support, while 16 percent of undecided primary voters said they would consider her.