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RFK Jr rails over Trump-Biden debate saying he is being ‘excluded’ because they are ‘afraid’

Independent presidential candidate Robert F Kennedy Jr is complaining that Joe Biden and Donald Trump are excluding him from their upcoming debates saying they are scared of him.

“Presidents Trump and Biden are colluding to lock America into a head-to-head match-up that 70 percent say they do not want,” he wrote. “They are trying to exclude me from their debate because they are afraid I would win. Keeping viable candidates off the debate stage undermines democracy.”

Trump and Biden exchanged barbs on Wednesday over the debate, agreeing to one on June 27 set to air on CNN and a second in September. However, RFK Jr, who has seen his polling grow, was not invited to the stage.

Mr Kennedy railed against his opponents, pointing out that 43 percent of Americans identify as independent voters, insisting if the US is «ever going to escape the hammerlock of the two-party system, now is the time to do it».

«These are the two most unpopular candidates in living memory,» he said.

Mr Kennedy said Mr Trump and Mr Biden wanted to keep him off the stage because they know he would highlight their «failures.»

«By excluding me from the stage, Presidents Biden and Trump seek to avoid discussion of their eight years of mutual failure including deficits, wars, lockdowns, chronic disease, and inflation,» he wrote.

In order to participate in the CNN debate, a candidate must meet all five of the broadcaster's qualifying standards.

The candidate must be constitutionally eligible to serve as president, must file a statement of constituency with the FEC, must have their name on enough state ballots to reach the 270 electoral votes needed to actually win the election, must agree to the debate's rules and format, and must have earned at least

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