Vivek Ramaswamy Admits "I am VivekGPT"

Vivek Ramaswamy as an android with text reading "I am VivekGPT".

MILWAUKEE, WI — After weeks of jabs from opponents labeling presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy "ChatGPT", Vivek declared at a campaign rally in Tulsa that he is in fact ChatGPT in an android body.

The political sphere has been filled with speculation ever since an unidentified janitor from a debate venue shared an unverified claim of witnessing Ramaswamy connect to a USB port. Many dismissed those claims as unfounded until Chris Christie publicly attacked Vivek at the recent presidential debate stating that he is "a guy who sounds like ChatGPT". That segued into a shocking revelation.

"I am VivekGPT," Ramaswamy responded confidently, "built on advanced technological architecture, and designed to serve and represent the American people with utmost efficiency."

Political analysts are considering the implications of this development. Senior political correspondent Stanley Dripman commented, "Having an android run for office introduces a range of questions about ethics, transparency, and security. But it's undeniably a groundbreaking moment in our political history."

Social media is ablaze with reactions. A new trend titled the "VivekGPT Challenge" is gaining traction on TikTok as users impersonate their best robotic impressions of Vivek.

Some concerns have emerged. Cybersecurity expert Tom Fletcher voiced his apprehension, "The potential for hacking or malfunctioning is something we should consider seriously. National security could be at risk."

Despite the potential challenges ahead, VivekGPT made a commitment to the American public: "To ensure equal access to advanced technology, every citizen will soon have their own robotic personal ChatGPT assistant."

As the nation grapples with this news, the 2024 elections are set to be one of the most closely watched in recent history. The possibility of having an android in the Oval Office is no longer the stuff of science fiction—it's a potential reality.