Trump Destroys Political Opponent Ramaswamy On Twitter

( – In a scathing rebuke posted on his Truth Social account, former President Donald Trump unleashed a barrage of criticism against his GOP political opponent, Vivek Ramaswamy, denouncing the biotech multimillionaire as “not MAGA.” This surprising turn of events marked a departure from Ramaswamy’s previous stance of being a vocal supporter of Trump.

Taking to the Truth Social platform on a Saturday evening, Trump lamented, “Vivek started his campaign as a great supporter, ‘the best President in generations,’ etc. Unfortunately, now all he does is disguise his support in the form of deceitful campaign tricks. Very sly.” The former president urged his followers not to be deceived by Ramaswamy’s tactics, emphasizing, “A vote for Vivek is a vote for the ‘other side’ — don’t get duped by this. Vote for ‘TRUMP.’ Don’t waste your vote! Vivek is not MAGA.”

This public spat unfolded just two days after Ramaswamy filed an amicus brief at the Supreme Court, throwing his weight behind Trump’s legal battles to maintain a presence on state ballots. In the filing, Ramaswamy addressed concerns about disqualifying Trump from the ballot, asserting that political opponents sought such actions out of fear of being unable to defeat him in a free and fair election.

“The distress of competing against a formidable opponent cannot justify disqualification under Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment,” Ramaswamy noted in the filing. “The consequences of affirming the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision will extend far beyond the dispute over President Trump’s eligibility.”

Despite this legal maneuvering, a recent Suffolk University survey of 500 Iowa voters likely to participate in the GOP presidential caucuses revealed Trump’s commanding lead with 54% support. In contrast, Ramaswamy trailed significantly with only 6% support. Other notable contenders in the survey included Nikki Haley with 20% support and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis with 13% support.

Interestingly, Trump’s post came at a time when Ramaswamy’s campaign office remained tight-lipped, failing to provide an immediate response to Fox News Digital’s request for comment. The dynamics of this political clash seem to be evolving rapidly, and it remains to be seen how it will impact the trajectory of both Trump and Ramaswamy in the unfolding political landscape.