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Kennedy’s Challenge: Calls for ‘Unscripted’ Debate

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. challenges President Biden to a debate, stating that Biden needs to have unscripted discussions with voters and address critical issues such as closing the border, restoring the middle class, and ending the forever wars.

Kennedy believes that an open debate is the best way for Biden to demonstrate his ability to handle the complexities and crises facing the country.

“I think she should do it. If President Biden wants to run, because these issues have been raised in very public settings, he needs to come out and have unscripted discussions with voters, he needs to have a debate, and tell us what he is going to do about closing the border,” Kennedy said.

“Tell the American people what he is going to do about restoring the middle class, and ending the forever wars around the world. About all of these issues that are critical to our country right now.”

“We need a president who is on the ball, somebody we all trust to answer that phone call at three in the morning and to handle these complexities and the nuance of the crises that face our country at a very critical point in his story. I think he needs to show people he can do that, and the best way to do that is an open debate,” he said.

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