Robert F. Kennedy Jr. challenges Biden to debate him to show that he is fit for office

September 3, 2023

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, has challenged President Joe Biden to a primary debate to demonstrate that he is mentally and physically capable of serving in his current position, as Breitbart News reported

Kennedy made his offer in a Tweet on Friday, saying “President Biden could put to rest any concerns about his fitness for office by engaging me in a vigorous, issues-oriented debate. Let’s end the speculation and let the voters see for themselves.”

More people, including journalists and even some Democrats, are beginning to express doubts about Biden's fitness to serve a second term in office.

Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has been asked by reporters who generally show deference to a Democratic incumbent if Biden is too old to serve in his position.

As is typical for incumbents of either party, the Democratic National Committee has declined to schedule debates between Biden and Kennedy as part of efforts to shepherd the former toward the party's nomination in his reelection bid.

Despite being well behind in the polls, Kennedy is gaining ground in early primary states like South Carolina, and his appearances are reportedly drawing large crowds.

Other Democratic candidates have been discussed, but time is running short for them to qualify.

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