RFK v. Biden

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RFK v. Biden is a summary of campaign issues between rivals RFK Jr. and the elderly Joe Biden for the 2024 Democrat nomination for president.

Comments by RFK Jr. about Biden:

I just disagree fundamentally with him on where the country is going. I don’t want Wall Street running the country. I don’t want the neocons running our foreign policy. I don’t like censorship. I think I’m skeptical about [the Ukraine] war ... [which he said the U.S. should try to settle.[1]

RFK Jr. rebukes Biden on the transgender agenda:

I am against people participating in women's sports who are biologically male. I think women have worked too hard to develop women's sports over the past 30 years...and I don't think that's fair.[2]

RFK Jr. appointed former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), a pro-life critic of foreign wars, as his campaign manager. Kucinich is a veteran of several of his own presidential runs.


As reported by the liberal Slate:

The day of Kennedy’s launch, a USA Today/Suffolk poll had Kennedy at 14 percent. The Fox News poll released April 26, referenced by CNN, showed Kennedy at 19 percent. Kennedy was at 21 percent in an April 27 Emerson College poll.[3]

As of May 14, 2023, the gold-standard RealClearPolitics polling average has RFK Jr. at about 20%.[4]