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RFK Jr: Jill Biden should suggest Joe step down if his cognitive abilities are diminished

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. was asked if he thought President Biden should step down at the end of his first term after a special counsel report called him of “old man with a bad memory”.

Kennedy told Fox News that if he were in Biden’s shoes, he hoped someone in his own family would politely suggest he step away from the political spotlight if his mental acuity was as diminished as Biden suggested. special advisor Robert Hur.

“I think anyone can form an opinion on (Biden’s situation) as well as I can. I would hope that if he has the kind of cognitive problems that the special prosecutor indicated, what if I were in that position, a family member or staff would approach me and help me smoothly resign,” Kennedy said on “Jesse Watters Primetime.”

Host Jesse Watters then asked if this is now the best role for first lady Jill Biden to play.


“Yeah,” Kennedy replied. “I think she should.”

However, he added that if Biden believes he is fit to continue his re-election campaign, he should accept “unwritten discussions” in public and have a debate with his challengers.

“(T)ell us what he’s going to do to close the border. Tell us… what he’s going to do to restore the middle class, to end the… forever wars in the world, to dismantle the capture of businesses and all these issues that are essential for our country right now,” he said.

“We need a president who is alert, someone we all trust to answer that phone call at 3 a.m.…”

As Watters also noted, other news outlets have begun reporting on rumors within Democratic circles regarding possible Biden replacements.

A Washington Post article claimed that major Democratic donors were pressed to know whether it was time to replace Biden on the ticket with another high-profile Democrat.

Some of the names brought up were Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.


Shapiro, in his first term after serving as attorney general and defeating retired Col. Doug Mastriano in 2022, recently told Harrisburg’s ABC affiliate that he had heard such comments but dismissed them as ” noise “.

“I’m grateful that people here in Pennsylvania and across the country are noticing the way we do things,” Shapiro told WHTM.

Whitmer was asked by MSNBC last year about a possible primary challenge to Biden and responded that she was “proud” to support the president’s re-election bid. She is one of the co-chairs of Biden’s campaign.

On Fox News, Kennedy was also asked about a Super Bowl ad funded by his super PAC, which featured the Democratic family scion’s portrait superimposed on a famous 1960 campaign ad of his presidential uncle.

Kennedy said he was pleasantly surprised when he first saw the ad as much of America did on CBS Sunday, and clarified that his recent apology about it was addressed to family members and others whose feelings were hurt by the use of JFK advertising.


Kennedy’s cousin Bobby Shriver – son of Eunice Kennedy Shriver: the sister of JFK and RFK Sr. – blasted the ad, saying his mother would be “appalled by (RFK Jr’s) deadly views on healthcare health”, after noticing that Eunice’s portrait also appeared.


“I send my sincerest apologies to you and your family. God bless you,” Kennedy wrote.

Kennedy told Watters that he “loved” the publicity, but knew right away it would irritate some of his close friends.

“I don’t apologize for the publicity, but I don’t want to hurt people’s feelings,” he said.

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Malagigi Boutot

A final year student studying sports and local and world sports news and a good supporter of all sports and Olympic activities and events.
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