Burgum Advocates For RFK Jr.’s Inclusion In Presidential Debates

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum (R) has suggested that independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. should be allowed to participate in the upcoming presidential debates, citing it as an opportunity to scrutinize Kennedy’s positions on various issues facing voters.

During an appearance on Fox News’s Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, Burgum stated, “I think President Trump has said if he qualifies, he should be on. But it’ll be a great opportunity to expose him as the Green New Deal spending, liberal Democrat that he is, and President Trump versus two Democrats, I think American people would enjoy watching that.”

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have agreed to participate in a CNN debate scheduled for June 27. Kennedy’s campaign has insisted on his inclusion in the debate, despite no independent candidate having participated in a presidential debate since Ross Perot in 1992.

Trump has intensified his criticism of Kennedy, suggesting that the independent candidate’s stance on vaccinations may not align with his public image. Kennedy’s candidacy could potentially disrupt the electoral landscape for either Trump or Biden.

Governor Burgum also weighed in on concerns about Biden’s leadership ahead of the debates, expressing apprehensions about the president’s “capacity” to fulfill his duties, not only during the debate but also in his overall role as president.

Burgum is rumored to be among several individuals being considered by Trump as a potential vice presidential candidate. He has been seen attending Trump’s legal proceedings in Manhattan, which he described as “election interference.”

Other names speculated to be under consideration for Trump’s running mate include Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), Byron Donalds (R-FL), and Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and J.D. Vance (R-OH).

Meanwhile, Vice President Kamala Harris has accepted an invitation from CBS News to participate in a debate against Trump’s vice presidential nominee, with the debate slated for either July 23 or August 13. Similar to the presidential debate, this event will be conducted in a studio setting without a live audience.

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