Calls intensify for Biden and RFK Jr. to debate

by Summer Lane

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The American people are eager to see Joe Biden attempt to debate Democrat presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as the 2024 Democrat primary election approaches.

In fact, according to a poll conducted by the Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group, 78 percent of American voters would like to see Biden debate Kennedy before the primary election.

Conversely, only 15.6 percent of American voters think that the two men should not debate.

Among bipartisan majorities, most voters would still like to see Kennedy and Biden appear on a debate stage together, including 57.5 percent of Democrats, 80.1 percent of Independents, and 92.8 percent of Republicans.

Mark Meckler, the president of the Convention of States, indicated in an official statement that the “reality” is that “Biden is not up to the task” of debating.

He explained, “The lengths that this administration and corporate media are reaching to in order to cover for Biden’s mounting physical and mental stumbles is bordering on the absurd. Americans know it’s becoming a case of ‘believe what we say, not what you see’. Even members of his own party want to see him square off in a public debate against his Democratic primary opponent, presumably to assure themselves he’s up to the task.”

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has gained popularity among Independents and Democrat voters for his common-sense approach to questioning vaccine mandates. Recently, Kennedy even complimented President Donald Trump on his popularity with middle-class America, RSBN reported.

Former Trump advisor and host of War Room, Steve Bannon, recently postulated that a potential Trump partnership with Kennedy as his vice-presidential pick would be a “National Unity Ticket” that would bring American voters together.

In a Rasmussen Reports survey, 54 percent of U.S. Likely Voters had a favorable view of Kennedy, along with 19 percent who had a “very favorable” view of the politician.

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