Children’s Health Defense founder Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is considering a 2024 presidential run, challenging Biden for the Democrat nomination.
Kennedy said he already passed the biggest hurdle when deciding to run for president.
NEW – Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is considering running for president in 2024, challenging Biden for the Democratic nomination.https://t.co/9ToxUJmpC2
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) March 3, 2023
Robert F. Kennedy Jr 'thinking about' launching Democratic challenge to Biden for 2024 White House nomination https://t.co/L9erTnNHc7 #FoxNews 'My wife has greenlighted it,' RFK Jr. said of his potential 2024 run for president
— Robert J Kingsbury (@RobertJKingsbu1) March 3, 2023
While the nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy is a lifelong Democrat, he’s faced widespread censorship and criticism from most modern Democrats for his stance on the COVID-19 shot.
Kennedy made his remarks about potentially running for president in a speech to a New Hampshire crowd Friday.
Fox News wrote:
In his speech, he called the Democratic National Committee (DNC) decision to upset the presidential nominating calendar wrong, as it moves New Hampshire’s primary from the first place into the third.
New Hampshire, which prides itself on its well-informed electorate and its emphasis on small-scale and grassroots retail politics, has for a century held the first primary in the race for the White House. While Republicans are making no changes to their presidential nominating calendar in the 2024 election cycle, the DNC last month voted overwhelmingly to approve a new top of the calendar, pushed by Biden, that upends the traditional schedule.
New Hampshire will now vote second in the DNC’s calendar, along with Nevada, three days after South Carolina, under the new schedule.
Ahead of the DNC’s final approval of the schedule, Kennedy wrote an open letter to the committee, urging members to keep New Hampshire in the first spot because of the state’s long history advocating for civil rights and election transparency.
Kennedy wrote that New Hampshire “runs the most secure and transparent election in America.”
Thus far, no Democrats have officially entered the 2024 presidential race to challenge Biden for the party’s nomination.
However, there are rumors of other potential candidates prepared to enter the race.
In addition to Kennedy, Marianne Williamson said she’s getting ready to announce her presidential run.
Marianne Williamson, the self-help author and spiritual adviser who ran unsuccessfully for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, will run again in 2024, she told supporters this weekend. She will formally announce her campaign on Saturday. https://t.co/4BPHxpXGDv
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 26, 2023
Comedian and political commentator Jimmy Dore is reportedly considering a presidential run.
HUGE #Dore24 update: right before the #RageAgainstWar rally @jimmy_dore told me that he's going to run for President of the United States!
“People are ready and desperate for an honest un-bought candidate that unites the working class and people that span the entire left right… https://t.co/eOJa9iQCca pic.twitter.com/0LdxuEpjt6
— Nick Brana – #PeoplesParty (@nick_brana) March 2, 2023
The only confirmed opponent for Donald Trump in the 2024 GOP presidential primary is former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley.
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