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RFK Jr. Claims He’s ‘Thinking About’ Launching Challenge to Biden in 2024

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is reportedly considering running for president in 2024, challenging President Biden for the Democratic nomination, and his wife is reportedly on board with the idea.

Kennedy’s wife, actress Cheryl Hines, was allegedly present at the address at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, which has been a must-stop in the Granite State for potential or real White House candidates for over a quarter-century.

Kennedy, the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s son and the late President John F. Kennedy’s nephew, considers himself as a longtime Democrat and has received criticism for his campaigning against the COVID-19 vaccination.

In his address, he criticized the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) decision to shift New Hampshire’s primary from first to third place.

New Hampshire, which takes pride in its well-informed electorate and emphasis on small-scale and grassroots retail politics, has hosted the first presidential primary for more than a century.

While Republicans are not making any changes to their presidential nomination calendar for the 2024 election cycle, the Democratic National Committee unanimously approved a revised top of the calendar, backed by Biden, last month.

According to the new schedule, New Hampshire, along with Nevada, will vote three days after South Carolina.

Kennedy penned an open letter to the DNC before of the schedule’s final ratification, encouraging members to retain New Hampshire in first place because of the state’s long history of pushing for civil rights and electoral openness.

In addition to Kennedy’s potential run for the Democratic nomination, Biden faces a similar long-shot challenge for the Democratic nomination from self-help guru Marianne Williamson.

Williamson announced her intention to run for the Democratic nomination after a visit to New Hampshire.

Williamson ran a White House candidacy in 2020 before withdrawing.

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