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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Criticizes Biden Administration’s Decisions

Democratic presidential candidate speaks out against White House actions and censorship.

Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. criticized the President Joe Biden-led administration on Tuesday.

In a recent Fox News Town Hall, Kennedy Jr. refrained from commenting on Biden’s fitness to serve as president but was vocal about his disagreement with the decisions being made under his administration.

People attend the World Values Network’s Presidential candidate series featuring Democratic Presidential Candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. at the New York Society for Ethical Culture at the Glasshouse on July 25, 2023, in New York City. (MICHAEL M. SANTIAGO/GETTY IMAGES)  

Kennedy responded, “He’s [Biden] never been very good with words,” when host Sean Hannity played a video montage of the incumbent president’s frequent gaffes and asked about Biden’s ability for a second term.

“I’m not reluctant to say that for partisan reasons. What I’ve tried to do during this campaign are avoiding personal attacks on people,” said Kennedy.

“I will say, whether he’s up to it or not, whether he’s making his own decisions – the decisions that are coming out of the White House are bad decisions.”

He also claimed to have been the first person censored by the Biden administration, alleging selective targeting of political enemies.

“It seems that they’re also doing that [selective targeting] to any group now… to groups that are simply political enemies of the current administration or at least of the Biden administration. I was the first person censored by the Biden administration, according to Judge Doughty’s decision,” Kennedy said.

Kennedy Jr.’s presidential campaign has been marked by controversy, with his views on vaccines and COVID-19 drawing criticism from various quarters, including his own family.

Despite this, he has maintained his stance and refrained from personal attacks on his political opponents. His campaign has also been viewed by some Republicans as a potential advantage in exposing Biden’s flaws early in the nominating contest, potentially leaving him more vulnerable in the general election.

John F. Kennedy’s grandson, Jack Schlossberg, slammed his second cousin’s campaign due to his conspiracy theories on COVID-19 and not getting behind President Biden as he is the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination.

“I’ve listened to him. I know him. I have no idea why anyone thinks he should be president. What I do know is, his candidacy is an embarrassment. Let’s not be distracted, again, by somebody’s vanity project,” said Schlossberg on a video on his Instagram account.

Schlossberg would later slam his cousin on the purpose of attention and fame.

JFK’s grandson remains committed to getting behind President and staying true to the family legacy of the Kennedy family. His mother, Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, is currently serving as the U.S. Ambassador to Australia under the Biden administration.

Kennedy received a public endorsement from Twitter founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey, and the son of RFK has endorsed the idea of cryptocurrency.

It was reported by CBS News that former Trump Advisor, Steve Bannon, had encouraged Kennedy to run for months and serve as an agent of choas.

Produced in association with Benzinga

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