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Robert F Kennedy Jr Promises to Not ‘Take Sides’ With Respect to 9/11 if Elected President

Days after saying ‘I am who I am’ in response to sexual assault allegation, long-shot independent presidential candidate revives his 9/11 skepticism

Robert F Kennedy Jr has made a startling pledge to not “take sides” with respect to the September 11 terrorist attacks if his long-shot presidential campaign vaults him to the White House.

“My take on 9/11: It’s hard to tell what is a conspiracy theory and what isn’t. But conspiracy theories flourish when the government routinely lies to the public,” Kennedy wrote on Friday in a post on X in reference to the deadliest terrorist attack ever aimed at the US. “As president I won’t take sides on 9/11 or any of the other debates.

“But I can promise … that I will open the files and usher in a new era of transparency.”

Read the rest of the story at The Guardian.

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