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Robert Kennedy Jr. Potential Presidential Run Is Picking up Speed


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The son of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy recently announced his wife gave him the green light to run for office.

It appears Kennedy is taking a step further and is now asking for volunteers and donations for a potential presidential run.

Kennedy took to Twitter and tweeted “help me decide whether to run for President. Visit TeamKennedy.com to volunteer or contribute.”

The tweet would continue “If it looks like I can raise the money and mobilize enough people to win, I’ll jump in the race.”

Here’s his full tweet:

Previously Kennedy told a New Hampshire crowd that he was thinking about running.

Check out what WBUR reported:

During a visit to St. Anselm College Friday, environmental activist and vaccine skeptic Robert Kennedy Jr. told a capacity crowd that he’s considering a presidential run.

“I’m thinking about it, and I’ve passed the biggest hurdle, which is my wife has green lighted it,” Kennedy said to cheers after a morning speech at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics.

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During his hour-long remarks, Kennedy stressed his work as an environmental activist and his family’s role in modern American politics.

“We can’t advance ourselves as a people by leaving our poorer brothers and sisters behind. The things that define our nation are these communities, and they are based on the constitution.”

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