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Surprise: Trump asked Robert Kennedy r to be VP, and he refused (according to Kennedy…)



Recently, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. disclosed that he was approached by individuals within the inner circle of former President Donald Trump regarding the prospect of serving as Trump’s vice president. Kennedy Jr. declined the offer. This information comes from a post by Kennedy Jr. on X, formerly known as Twitter, on April 15, 2024. Kennedy Jr. is currently running as an independent candidate in the 2024 presidential election, having initially planned to run as a Democrat. He is the son of former New York Democratic Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and the nephew of former President John F. Kennedy.

There have been mixed reactions to this news. Some individuals, like @CitizenFreePres, @KenWatts007, @kelly_laco, @ChristianM_74, @TroyAEbert, @unhealthytruth, and @BigBrainPol, have commented on the situation, with opinions ranging from surprise to skepticism about the offer. The situation has also sparked discussions about the potential implications for the 2024 presidential race, especially in terms of how this might affect the dynamics between Trump, Kennedy Jr., and other candidates, including President Joe Biden.
In theory, Trump’s position is opposite to Kennedy’s, but both see the so-called “Swamp,” i.e., the so-called Democrats who harken back to Clinton, Obama, and Biden and then expand to the moderate anti-Maga Republicans, as the enemy.
It must be said that former Dem Kennedy , as vice president, would be less disappointing than Mike Pence, who, in the end, turned out to be a negligible and secondary figure
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