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Robert F. Kennedy is running for the US presidency

The 69-year-old has been repeatedly criticized in the past for spreading false claims about a coronavirus vaccination.

The nephew of former US President John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, his application to run for the US presidency. An avowed opponent of vaccination wants to run for Joe Biden’s Democratic Party, according to a document Kennedy provided to the National Election Commission on Wednesday (local time). The 69-year-old is the second Democratic candidate to run for president.

At the beginning of March, 70-year-old writer Marian Williamson officially announced her entry into the race. Kennedy himself has been repeatedly criticized in the past for publishing false claims about coronavirus vaccination.

Biden has not yet officially announced his candidacy

Biden has not yet officially announced his intention to run again in the 2024 presidential election. It is generally expected that the incumbent will nominate. If he tries again for the highest office in the state, his rivals will first have to defeat him in the party’s internal primaries. However, both applicants are given very poor chances for this.

In addition to former President Donald Trump, former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy and former governor of the US state of Arkansas Asa Hutchinson are also vying for the Republican presidential nomination.


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