Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. ripped what he called the “bad decisions” coming out of the White House under President Biden, but stopped short of saying whether he thinks the president is fit to serve as commander-in-chief.
The discussion happened during an exclusive Fox News Town Hall on Tuesday after host Sean Hannity played a video montage of Biden’s frequent gaffes, and asked Kennedy if the president was “physically, mentally, cognitively strong enough to lead our country.”
“Well he’s never been very good with words,” Kennedy responded as the audience laughed.
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Hannity pressed Kennedy, noting the Democratic Party’s “reluctance” to point out Biden’s gaffes, and asked again if he really thought Biden is “up to the job.”
“I’m not reluctant to say that for partisan reasons. What I’ve tried to do during this campaign is avoid personal attacks on people,” Kennedy said. “I will say, whether he’s up to it or not, whether he’s making his own decisions – the decisions that are coming out of the White House are bad decisions.”