Siblings warn against voting for Kennedy: 'Dangerous for our country'

Written by Henrik Rothen

Oct.10 - 2023 8:08 AM CET

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Siblings warn against voting for Kennedy.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. may be popular among many American voters, but his own siblings have no intention of voting for him.

Quite the opposite, in fact.

On social media platform X, his sister, Kerry Kennedy, explicitly warns against voting for her brother, who announced on Monday that he is running for president as an independent candidate.

On behalf of four siblings,

Kerry writes: "Bobby may share the same name as our father, but he does not share the same values, visions, or judgment. Today's announcement is deeply sad for us. We condemn his candidacy and believe it is dangerous for our country." The post is signed by Rory, Kerry, Joseph, and Kathleen, all of whom carry the historic Kennedy surname.

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