Kerry Kennedy Leads 'Heartbreaking' Campaign Against Brother RFK Jr. in the 2024 elections

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“This isn't against Bobby – this is for Biden,” he said Kathleen Kennedy Townsend. “We have been for Biden for a long time.” Christopher said he fears their family will be blamed if Donald Trump returns to the White House: “People confront me at the grocery store: 'Why are you letting your brother get away with this?' I think we will all be blamed if Bobby causes this outcome. I would say that he, like all true believers, is unreachable.

Kerry still sees her brother at family events but cannot reach him. “Bobby went to the Cape a few times last summer,” she recalled. “We were both on vacation in Aspen and were sitting at the lunch table. We send texts – we have a family text exchange – so there's a back and forth. But he doesn't call me for my advice. Why does he end up doing this? For the same reason I'm there. Because we both believe there is a lot at stake.”

After being reached by the TimeRobert F. Kennedy Jr. declined to comment on his sister's support of the Biden campaign. “I think I will stay out of this controversy,” he said in a text message.

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