Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Foreign Policy at Nixon Foundation

2024 Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. spoke at the Richard Nixon Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California. He began his remarks largely on constitutional rights and free speech. He criticized President Biden for what he called “political censorship” on social media after he took office amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. Kennedy also spoke on foreign policy comparing the U.S. to other democracies around the world saying, “our government targets its own people with propaganda, surveillance, and censorship…we’ve lost faith in ourselves as a good people and a great nation.” Following his remarks, he took questions from the audience on a range of questions including voter ID and immigration. Kennedy’s remarks at the Richard Nixon Library and Museum came two months before the 50th anniversary of Richard Nixon’s resignation from the presidency.

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9:21 am on June 22, 2024