Three Reasons Trump Selecting RFK Jr. as VP Would Boost His Chances in 2024

Former President Donald Trump is not ruling out the prospect of picking Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as his running mate in the general election.

According to a new report, the former president has made “preliminary overtures” to Kennedy to assess his enthusiasm in the proposal.

“Trump operatives expressed an interest in Kennedy early on, but it was all premature,” an anonymous source told the NY Post. The insider indicated that Trump’s team contacted RFK Jr. very early in his presidential campaign in April 2023.

“Anything’s possible. I wouldn’t write it off by any means,” the source added.

In addition to the source, a major donor to both the Kennedy and Trump campaigns confirmed that the push to recruit Kennedy as Trump’s vice president is still ongoing.

“It’s very much behind the scenes at this stage. As we progress you might see it bubble up a little bit more,” the supporter said. “Bobby can bring new people to the polls.”

Kennedy, who is 70 years old, began his White House campaign as a Democrat last year. Despite routinely polling between 15-20 percent, the Democratic National Committee declined to organize any debates or other primary election events, subsequently naming Biden as the



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