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RFK Jr. didn’t qualify for the first presidential debate. So where does he stand?

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has arranged his own counterprogramming to the first presidential debate after his low polling numbers kept him off the CNN stage with former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden.

The longshot independent candidate won’t take part in the Thursday evening debate after failing to reach the required polling thresholds and not being on enough state ballots. Recent fundraising reports also reveal that the campaign is floundering in the money game.

Just a couple hours before Trump and Biden face off on Thursday night, Kennedy is set to appear on Dr. Phil Primetime on Merit Street Media in what the TV personality has called an “uncensored one-on-one interview.”

In a clip shared on X, Kennedy says, “I wouldn’t be running if I didn’t think I could win.”

He added: “The one group I don’t do well with which is baby boomers, they think I’m genuinely a lunatic.”

Kennedy, an environmental lawyer, also pushed back against the widespread perception that he’s an anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist.

“One of the big defamations about me is that I’m anti-vaccine… which is what people have said about me for 20 years. I’ve always said I’m not anti-vaccine. When I try to talk about this, I get gaslit, I get marginalized, I get vilified,” he told McGraw.

In an NPR interview on Tuesday, Kennedy campaign manager and his daughter-in-law Amaryllis Fox Kennedy insisted that there would still be a “three-way-debate.”

“I think that the American people want leaders who believe in their ability to make up their own mind, and one way or another, there will be a three-way debate on Thursday,” Amaryllis Fox Kennedy told NPR.

The campaign announced later on Tuesday that Kennedy will “answer the same debate questions” in a

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