RFK Jr. Slams Biden for Including Ukraine in New D-Day Remarks

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an independent presidential candidate, attacked President Biden on Friday after he referenced the Russia-Ukraine conflict in his remarks on the anniversary of D-Day.

Biden posed a number of hypothetical inquiries regarding the potential responses of the soldiers who participated in D-Day to the current circumstances in Eastern Europe during his Friday speech.

Biden also met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in France, during which he expressed regret for the delay in funding for the war-torn nation.

“Does anyone doubt that they would want America to stand up against [Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s aggression here in Europe today? Does anyone believe these rangers would want America to go it alone today? Does anyone doubt they wouldn’t move heaven and earth to vanquish hateful ideologies of today?”  Biden said.

Kennedy, who has been a vocal critic of the U.S. providing additional aid to Ukraine, attacked the commander-in-chief, asserting that the current conflict in Ukraine is not comparable to World War II.

The independent candidate contended in a social media post that he is the sole 2024 contender who prioritizes “peace.”.

“As Jeffrey Sachs pointed out in his recent interview with Tucker, the United States and NATO have engaged in ‘30 years of provocation, where we could not take peace for an answer.’ The situation in Ukraine today is not the same as World War II.”  Kennedy wrote on X.

“A President of the United States cannot blithely engage in a historical saber-rattling with a nuclear power. It endangers the world, damages our moral and intellectual standing, and dishonors the sacrifice of our soldiers. “Peace goes arm in arm with the truth. I am the only candidate in this race who makes that a priority.”  he continued.

Kennedy has been diligently striving to qualify for the debate stage, where he will be joined by former President Trump and Vice President Biden later this month.

The independent candidate has also contended that the denial of his participation in the debates is a slight against democracy.

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