RFK Jr: Jill Biden Should Recommend Joe Step Up If His Mental Abilities Are Reduced

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

Kennedy told Fox News that if he were in Mr. Biden’s position, he would hope that someone in his own family would politely suggest that he step away from the political scene if the pain is mental. his as low as the special advice Robert Hur suggested.

“I think anyone can make up their mind [Biden’s situation] as best as I can. I hope that if he had the kinds of mental challenges that his special counsel said he has, and if I were in that situation, that a member of my family or staff would go to me and help me in gentle retirement,” Kennedy said on “Jesse Watters Primetime.”

Host Jesse Watters continued by asking if now is the best place for first lady Jill Biden.

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

However, he said that if Biden believes it is appropriate to continue his re-election bid, he should agree to “unscripted discussions” in public and must have a debate with his opponents.

“[T]tell us what he is going to do about closing the border. Tell us…

“We need a president who is on the ball, someone we all trust to answer that phone call at 3:00 in the morning…”

As Watters also noted, other news outlets began reporting rumors within Democratic circles about possible Biden successors.

A Washington Post story said major Democratic donors were being pressed about whether there is time to replace Biden on the ticket with another high-profile Democrat.

Some of the names that were launched were Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.


Shapiro, in his first term as attorney general and defeated retired Army Col. Doug Mastriano in 2022, told a relative ABC Harrisburg recently said that he has heard such a conversation but described it as “noise”.

“I’m thankful that people here in Pennsylvania and people across the country are paying attention to how we do things,” Shapiro told WHTM.

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

On Fox News, Kennedy was also asked about a Super Bowl ad funded by his super PAC, in which the likeness of the Democratic family was superimposed over a famous 1960 campaign ad from the president’s uncle.

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

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Kennedy’s cousin, Bobby Shriver – son of Eunice Kennedy Shriver: sister of JFK and RFK Sr. – flavor of the ad, saying that his mother would be “scared of [RFK Jr’s] deadly health care ideas,” after noting that Eunice’s appearance had also appeared.

On X, Kennedy responded to Shriver, saying he was sorry if the ad caused him pain, saying federal regulations do not allow for consultation between candidates and their PACs,

“My sincere apologies to you and your family. God bless you,” Kennedy wrote.

Kennedy told Watters that he “loved” the ad, but knew immediately that it would irritate some of his relatives.

“I’m not sorry for the ad, but I don’t want to hurt people’s feelings,” he said.

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