When Robert Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr announced on 9 October that he would be running as an independent candidate in the 2024 American presidential election, it was a break with tradition that signalled far more than just an historic change within a family dynasty. There was almost a sense of relief; the jig was up and we can now talk openly about what has been obvious for decades – the centre left have completely abandoned their traditional voter base.
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