Jake Tapper came for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. by publicly Calling him names and laying out some accusations.

RFK Jr. responded by inviting him to debate or discuss the issues, but Tapper, like a coward, refuses yet still tries to discredit him one-sidedly.

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Jake Tapper is acting just like a bully… shrinking away when he’s stood up to.


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“Hey everybody, this is Robert F. Kennedy Jr., And this is an invitation to Jake Tapper. Jake, I was surprised to see you on TV and on your Twitter account, calling me names menace, a grifter, a liar, etc. We all need to out be role models. We need to have a conversation with each other. So I want to invite you to a debate or just a conversation. Let’s do this in a way. We have an independent fact-checker. I will meet you anywhere, anytime, or on Zoom. But let’s talk about vaccine mandates on our health policies like masking, like social distancing, like lockdowns, all of the other issues that people are angry about. Thank you. I hope you’ll join us.” – Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

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If Jake Tapper is so confident, why wouldn’t he have an open discussion or debate RFK?

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