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RFK Jr. warns Biden isn't running the country after panned debate performance: 'It's scary'

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Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. warned Friday that President Biden's poor showing at Thursday night's CNN Presidential Debate calls into question who's really running the country.

"He does not seem to be the person who's making the decisions in the White House," RFK Jr. told Lawrence Jones on "Fox & Friends" Friday. "I think our government is being run by anonymous men in lanyards, and it's scary."

Biden's performance against former President Trump in the first debate of the 2024 election cycle in Atlanta sent shockwaves across the Democratic Party as voters grow increasingly concerned about Biden's fitness for a second term.



RFK Jr., who failed to meet CNN's requirements for the first debate, held a rival event instead where he answered the same debate questions in real time on X, formerly Twitter.

He doubled down on the need for both candidates to answer to inflation, explaining how important it is to mitigate the housing crisis and make buying homes a reality again for young Americans.

"This whole spectacle was a sad story for democracy," RFK Jr. said. "We have 341 million people in this country, and the two political parties produced two men who bickered over, really, irrelevancies without telling us how they're going to get our kids into

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