RFK Jr., Ramaswamy to Discuss Ukraine and Military-Industrial Complex

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. met with Republican rival Vivek Ramaswamy on Thursday to discuss Russia’s war in Ukraine and the “military industrial complex,” a person familiar with the meeting told The Post.

The two White House hopefuls met backstage at the North American Blockchain Summit, where both candidates were slated to speak at the two-day Fort Worth, Texas, conference.

The forum offered to host them in a fireside chat, but Kennedy declined, The Post learned.

RFK Jr. dropped his Democrat primary bid in October and has since flirted with various political events. He also joined Ramaswamy as a speaker at a Conservative Political Action (CPAC) event in October.

Kennedy and Ramaswamy have both criticized America’s involvement in supporting Ukraine. RFK Jr. has referred to the war as a “proxy war” and has said the US has conducted the war in a way that is “terrible for the Ukrainian people,” while Ramaswamy stands out as the only GOP candidate saying he would stop aid to Kyiv. (Read more from “RFK Jr., Ramaswamy to Discuss Ukraine and Military-Industrial Complex” HERE)

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