Vivek Ramaswamy is under attack from one surprising source

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Vivek Ramaswamy is the breakout star of the 2024 GOP Presidential Primary.

The 38-year-old entrepreneur entered the race as an unknown and rocketed up to second place in some polls.

And Vivek Ramaswamy is under attack from one surprising source.

Ramaswamy gained traction among the GOP electorate due to his embrace of an America First foreign policy.

Unlike his establishment opponents, Ramaswamy was the only candidate at the GOP debate to oppose Joe Biden’s $24 billion request for more Ukraine war funding.

Ramaswamy also called for a reduction in foreign aid sent to foreign countries.

In one of his policy proposals, Ramaswamy announced that he would seek to sign an “Abraham Accords 2.0” deal where a Ramaswamy administration would expand on Donald Trump’s Middle East policy that saw the Trump administration sign agreements between Israel and several Middle East countries that saw normalization of diplomatic relations.

Ramaswamy proposed that if the United States could forge similar peace deals between Israel and its neighbors the U.S. could reduce foreign aid to Israel.

Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade attacked Ramaswamy claiming that because Ramaswamy doesn’t support the Washington, D.C. establishment’s foreign policy Ramaswamy was out of touch.

“I don’t get it,” Kilmeade began.

“He’s wrong about all that foreign policy stuff. It’s that easy,” co-host Steve Doocy chimed in.

“I mean, you could have cutting edge foreign policy. But then he also said with this tweet, you have to watch it last night. He said, ‘Look, what I was saying is, right now, we have a one China policy, strategic ambiguity.’ So if we don’t say exactly what we would do if China goes to take Taiwan, he says, ‘I’m telling you right now, I will say we will back Taiwan militarily until 2028. At that time, we will have our chip capacity here domestically, theoretically, and then we’ll go back to the current policy we have right now.’ It’s a long way to go,” Kilmeade declared.

The establishment made many of these same criticisms about Donald Trump in 2016 when Trump campaigned against the Swamp’s push for war with Russia over Syria.

The loudest Never-Trump voices were those associated with the foreign policy and national security apparatus.

And now Vivek Ramaswamy is facing many of the same attacks.

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