Kennedy vs. Biden 2024: Biden’s Presidency Put to the Test

Kennedy vs. Biden 2024: Biden's Presidency Put to the Test

( – Joe Biden has a new challenger in his 2024 reelection bid. Joining Marianne Williamson, Democrat Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has announced he will be running against Biden for president.

According to the Associated Press, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the nephew of former President John F. Kennedy and the child of his equally famous brother, submitted a statement of candidacy to the Federal Election Commission on Wednesday.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. hasn’t officially commented on the situation. Still, he has harshly criticized the Biden administration in general and its promotion of the mandate for the coronavirus vaccine in particular.

During a visit to St. Anselm College, Kennedy remarked, “I’m thinking about it, and I’ve overcome the hardest hurdle, which is that my wife has given the go-ahead.”

“We cannot grow as a people by ignoring our less fortunate brothers and sisters. These communities, which are founded on the Constitution, are what characterize our country,” he continued.

Kennedy sharply criticized the pharmaceutical industry and the government’s failure to control big business while he was considering a presidential candidacy.

According to Kennedy, “We spend more for medications and medicine. We have the worst health outcomes and consume three times as many pharmaceutical medications as other Western countries.”

If Kennedy officially declared his candidacy, many platforms would probably be similar to Marianne Williamson’s, who also blasted pharmaceutical firms and the Biden administration’s relationship with big business.

At her campaign launch in March, Williamson addressed the 600 attendees, saying, “We are unhappy about this country, we’re scared about this country. It is our responsibility to forge a vision of justice and love that is so potent that it will triumph over the forces of injustice, fear, and hatred.”

According to Newsweek, Marianne Williamson is slightly ahead of Joe Biden in a new survey as Democrats debate whether or not to back him in 2024. The president hasn’t formally declared his candidacy yet.

According to a recent Echelon Insights poll, Williamson has the support of double digits of prospective Democratic primary voters, according to Newsweek.

The survey from March 27 to 29 revealed that 10% of prospective Democratic voters said they would “probably” or “certainly” support the long-shot candidate.

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