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RFK Jr could act as a disrupter in the presidential election – taking votes from both sides

By Thomas Gift, Associate Professor and Director of the Centre on US Politics, UCL
Robert F. Kennedy Jr’s chances of winning the White House are slimmer than his neckties – but he does hold significant power to disrupt the upcoming election.

Kennedy’s sartorial accessory of choice – a super-skinny tie, which he pairs with a classic button-down shirt and blazer – is a not-so-subtle ode to the preppy, iconic style of his uncle, former president John F. Kennedy.

For Kennedy, the third-party candidate poised…The Conversation

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