Robert F. Kennedy Jr. talks politics and personal matters in revealing News 12 interview

The environmental lawyer, who raised his family in Westchester, discussed the coronavirus pandemic, the economy, the crisis in Ukraine, reproductive rights and the assassinations of his uncle and father, the late New York Sen. Robert Kennedy, who was killed while also running for the White House on the democratic line 55 years ago. 

Tara Rosenblum

May 18, 2023, 2:25 AM

Updated 372 days ago

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News 12 Senior Investigative Reporter Tara Rosenblum sat down for a revealing hourlong conversation with White House hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr. 
The environmental lawyer, who raised his family in Westchester, discussed the coronavirus pandemic, the economy, the crisis in Ukraine, reproductive rights and the assassinations of his uncle and father, the late New York Sen. Robert Kennedy, who was killed while also running for the White House on the democratic line 55 years ago. 
Kennedy Jr. is now fighting to fulfill the unfinished dreams of his father. 
Rosenblum also spoke with the Democrat about the environment and his relationships with former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden. 
To see the full interview, tune into Power and Politics on Sunday morning


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