Republican dark horse candidate declared FOIA he filed seeks to uncover communications between White House and Justice Department.

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GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy took offense to Ron DeSantis’ absence at ex-President Donald Trump’s historic arraignment at a federal court in Miami Tuesday.

Ramaswamy criticized the Republican Florida governor, who is also running for the presidency, for disregarding the significant event happening in his own backyard, as he took the stage to announce a FOIA request related to Trump’s case.

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“My campaign has sent [a letter] to every other campaign in this race, to Mike Pence, to Nikki Haley, to Larry Elder, to RFK Jr., to Marianne Williamson, to Doug Burgam, to Perry Johnson, to Chris Christie, to Governor Ron Desantis, the governor of the state that we’re in today, who by any measure is not here today in his own state… we have sent this letter… This is my commitment on Jan. 20, 2025, if I’m elected the next US president to pardon Donald trump for these offenses in this federal case,” Ramaswamy stated.

“I have challenged, I have demanded that every other candidate in this race either sign this commitment to pardon on jan 2025 or else to explain why they have not.”

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