‘Afraid I would win’: RFK Jr. accuses opponents of ‘colluding’ to exclude him from debates

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Democrat turned independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. charges that President Biden and former President Trump “are trying to exclude me from their debate because they are afraid I would win.”

Kennedy fired back in a social media posting hours after the Democratic president and his Republican predecessor in the White House agreed to face off in showdowns in June and early September. 

A debate proposal from Biden that triggered the cascade of developments on Wednesday morning stated that “the debates should be one-on-one, allowing voters to compare the only two candidates with any statistical chance of prevailing in the Electoral College.”


President Biden and former President Trump are agreeing to face off in debates in June and early September.

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