RFK Jr. talks Ukraine, COVID-19, the CIA and border crisis

Screengrab: X/Tucker Carlson
Screengrab: X/Tucker Carlson

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, spoke with former Fox News opinion host Tucker Carlson on the social media platform X last week where they discussed an array of issues plaguing the United States.

The RealClearPolitics average of polls of Democratic Primary voters based on surveys taken between July 7 and Aug. 17 show Kennedy capturing 13.2% of the vote, trailing incumbent President Joe Biden by more than 50 points. 

The two discussed the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the illegal immigration crisis at the southern border, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic during the interview. Here's a list of four interesting things said during their conversation.

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