All hell broke loose after Robert Kennedy Jr. put Joe Biden and Donald Trump on notice about his plans for November

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Both parties have essentially wrapped up their 2024 Presidential nominating contests.

Joe Biden and Donald Trump are headed for a rematch of the 2020 election.

But all hell broke loose after Robert Kennedy Jr. put Joe Biden and Donald Trump on notice about his plans for November.

Robert Kennedy Jr. left the Democrat Party and is running as an independent candidate for President.

On Tuesday, Kennedy Jr. appeared for an interview with Fox News Channel’s Neil Cavuto.

During the interview, Kennedy Jr. assured Cavuto that he would qualify for the ballot in all 50 states.

He also brushed aside claims that he is a “spoiler” candidate and made the case on why he believes he is a serious contender for the White House.

Cavuto mentioned a few polls showing that his name on the ballot would hurt Biden by drawing more votes from him than from Trump.

“I mean, my intention is to hurt both of them and right now I’m beating both candidates and independent voters, and independents are the biggest party,” Kennedy said. “This is the first election in history where independents are the biggest voting bloc.”

Kennedy claimed to have seen internal polling that shows him defeating both Biden and Trump in a hypothetical matchup with him included as a third-party candidate.

“I think we have a very good chance of winning in November,” he said.

Kennedy Jr. also addressed concerns from family members and fellow Democrats who accuse him of betraying the Party.

For example, his nephew Jack Schlossberg referred to him as an “embarrassment.”

His own sister, Rory, posted on social media in 2023 that “Bobby might share the same name as our father, but he does not share the same values, vision or judgment.”

Kennedy defended his position as being more like his father.

“If you went down the issues that my father believed and he felt strongly about, I would check every one of those boxes,” he said.

“The same with President Kennedy,” he continued. “Show me an issue that they felt strongly about that I don’t agree with them on.”

“So I feel like I am representing the values of the Democratic Party,” he added.

Kennedy turned the question around on Democrats and asked them to look in the mirror at themselves instead of pointing fingers at others.

He said he did not leave the party, but it left him by drifting far-left.

“Maybe the party has slipped away from its traditional values,” he said.

He also recalled that his father frequently told him, “I don’t vote for the party, I vote for the individual.”

“[RFK and JFK] understood the dangers that George Washington warned about: partisan politics, that partisan self-interest would subsume and replace and displace patriotism and patriotic impulses,” he concluded.

Kennedy is under fire from Democrats out of a fear that he could shave points away from Biden and help elect Donald Trump in November.

But he’s also under fire from Republicans who fear he will help shave points from Trump and allow Biden to serve another term.

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