Former Clinton Adviser: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Opening a Door That Trump Could Easily Walk Through

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Political consultant Dick Morris says Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. might be giving a boost to former President Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign by splintering his party in an unusual way.

Kennedy, the nephew of former President John F. Kennedy and the son of former Attorney General Robert Kennedy, announced his candidacy last month. The move gives Democrats an alternative to President Joe Biden — one that is not welcome by the establishment.

The time-tested “divide-and-conquer” strategy — which Democrats have used for decades by shamelessly weaponizing race to sow division — could help Trump punch his ticket back to the Oval Office, Morris said on Newsmax’s “Saturday Report.”

The key, he said, is uniting the political left and right against the center.

“The left and the right agree with each other on a lot of stuff, and they disagree with the center, the establishment, the deep state, the surveillance society — call it what you will,” Morris said.

“And I think that there are, there is a tremendous politics here: a fusion of the left and the right. And Bobby Kennedy, I think, is opening the door to it. And I think Donald Trump could walk through it.”

Morris is a longtime Democrat who advised former President Bill Clinton for 20 years, including helping him win re-election in 1996. Accordingly, he’s familiar with the left’s election playbook.

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