Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is one of the major contenders fighting against Biden for the Democrat nomination. Now he went straight for the throat.
And RFK Jr. shared one video that left Joe Biden in stunned silence.
On Sunday, Democratic presidential contender Robert F. Kennedy Jr. posted a video on Twitter that claimed to show the 2024 candidate completing pushups.
“Getting in shape for my debates with President Biden!” Kennedy explained.
Getting in shape for my debates with President Biden! pic.twitter.com/ns8MdJVlmx
— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) June 25, 2023
Kennedy is seen in the video leaning over to begin his workout, which included nine straight pushups before calling it quits.
“Americans gained an average of 29 pounds during the COVID lockdowns. I will help turn this around by encouraging our citizens to exercise, eat well, and fortify their immune systems by removing harmful chemicals from our food,” Kennedy tweeted.
“So start doing your morning calisthenics, everybody. “Get in shape for a Kennedy presidency!”
The Democratic National Committee has already stated that no primary debates would be held this year, despite the fact that Kennedy is one of two candidates in the race.
Marianne Williamson, an author, is also running for the Democratic presidential nomination.
According to a June USA Today/Suffolk University poll, eight in ten Democratic primary voters want the president to debate Williamson and Kennedy.
It also found that 21% are unsure on who to vote for.
President Joe Biden received 58% of Democratic approval, while Kennedy received 15% and Williamson received 6%.
An NBC News poll found that 68% of people are concerned about Biden’s mental and physical health as a result of his position as president.
Only 32% have minor or no concerns about his health.
Kennedy is also 11 years younger than Joe Biden, which could play a major role in voters’ decisions.
Of course, with the entire might of the Democrat Party behind Joe Biden, it isn’t likely that Kennedy will be able to take the nomination from Biden.
But, if he decides to run as a third-party candidate, he could pull a ton of votes away from Biden.
And with Biden and the likely candidate, Donald Trump polling neck-and-neck, he could be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
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