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Subject VIVEK Vivek Ramaswamy, who is currently the odds-on favourite with the bookies to be picked by Donald Trump as his VP running mate at the electio
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Republican frontrunner to be Donald Trump’s VP says he backs UK-US Free Trade Deal
EXCLUSIVE - A top Tory said the comments are good news, with Mr Ramaswamy boosting hope for Brexit Britain after Joe Biden poured cold water on any new US trade deals.
By CHRISTIAN CALGIE, Senior Political Correspondent, reporting from Westminster
08:58, Fri, Aug 25, 2023 | UPDATED: 09:20, Fri, Aug 25, 2023
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Nigel Farage speaks to US Republican candidate Ramaswamy
A rising star of the Republican Party has given a boost to Brits demanding a US-UK free trade deal post-Brexit.

Vivek Ramaswamy, who is currently the odds-on favourite with the bookies to be picked by Donald Trump as his VP running mate at the election, told Nigel Farage he would back a Free Trade Deal if the Republicans defeat Joe Biden next year.

Despite having little name recognition in the UK, Mr Ramaswamy is a quickly rising star in the States, thanks to his youth, outsider status and right-wing views.

Yesterday, a poll of Republicans for the Daily Mail saw Mr Ramaswamy come out on top when asked who performed best in the Wednesday night debate, beating both Florida governor Ron DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence.

Of those polled thought Mr Ramaswamy did best, compared to 27 percent who plumped for anti-woke warrior Ron DeSantis.
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