Robert F. Kennedy Jr. declined to say if he would support the Democratic presidential nominee in the end.
Kennedy categorically denied the proposal, saying that “of course” he would not make such a commitment. During a town hall meeting, he made the remark in response to a query from NewsNation’s Elizabeth Vargas.
Vargas pushed the matter, enquiring as to Kennedy’s position on supporting Biden in the event that he did not win the nomination.
Kennedy said he is unsure about his course of action.
He declared that he doesn’t “have a plan b” and added that his “plan is to triumph in this election.”
In the Democratic primary, Kennedy is running against current President Joe Biden. In addition, Marianne Williamson has emerged as running.
In a sizable field of contenders seeking the GOP presidential nomination on the Republican end of the aisle, former President Trump stands out as the frontrunner.
Kennedy stated during the town hall that he’s “proud” that Donald Trump likes him, despite the fact that he pointed out that he disagrees with Trump on the majority of subjects. He claimed that his goal is to unite people.
The Democratic contender has denied being a conspiracy theorist against vaccinations.
Kennedy told the New York Post, “I encourage people to pay attention to what I really say rather than listening to the litany of mocking sound clips that the mainstream media gives to mischaracterize as well as distort my beliefs on a wide variety of subjects.”
“Honestly, I’m not anti-vaccine and I never have been. I’ve always emphasized that I support safe vaccinations, sound research, and regulatory organizations free from financial and personal ties to the pharmaceutical business. Please point out my errors if I am a conspiracy theorist. Show me anything I’ve stated that you think is factually incorrect or not supported by the facts,” he added, per the source.