“The Kennedy name may not be so politically potent as it once was. But it still resonates in some Democratic circles,” John Nichols, national affairs correspondent, writes this week. Will that be enough to get Robert Kennedy Jr., a vaccine skeptic, on the ballot?
Despite his red flags, Nichols thinks “Kennedy is very likely to be the most prominent [candidate] of the ‘multiple others.’” And his candidacy, strewn with “many real and potential liabilities,” will likely rest on the state of New Hampshire.
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