Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Comes Out of the Closet !

During an interview with Leftist CNN, Kennedy made a statement that would leave Liberals in shock and dismay.
Kennedy was quoted saying “Donald Trump could be the greatest president in history if he wanted to, he could easily be the next Teddy Roosevelt.”

It’s pretty incredible to have heard a Kennedy say something like this directly to CNN. Clearly the son of John F. Kennedy admires President Trump for some pretty specific reasons.

Kennedy went on to say, “well, I think Donald Trump can be, you know, any kind of president he wants. He’s actually — he has this extraordinary opportunity because he’s coming into office less burdened by obligation than probably any president in our history with the possible exception of Andrew Jackson.”

He continued, “and you know, both of them, Jackson and Trump came in, they were — people were sickened, they were outraged when Jackson came in and they thought it was the end of the world and he became a — unless you were an American-Indian, he became a very good president in defending the country against corporate power and really democratizing America in many ways.”
I think he’s onto something.

He explained, “Trump does not have obligations, he could really be an extraordinary president.”

And it doesn’t end there. He had even more to say in praise of President Trump.

Kennedy stated, “you know, I think he can do anything he wants because he is not — he is not bound by ideology. He is less bound by ideology than any president probably that we’ve had this century. He said to Leonardo DiCaprio the other day that he wanted to be the next Teddy Roosevelt, and he can easily do that.”

“I think he can be any kind of president he wants. I think he could be the greatest president in history if he wanted to,” he concluded.

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