Robert Kennedy Jr says Donald has discredited the American experiment

Robert Kennedy Jr says Donald has 'discredited the American experiment' and brags that his uncle JFK has more streets named after him than the president ever will JFK's nephew made the remarks in an interview that aired this week Blasted as a 'bully' who has 'discredited the American experiment'  Said 'doesn't read books' and makes American democracy look bad Brags that JFK has far more streets named after him than does 

By Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com

Published: 02:40 GMT, 19 January 2020 | Updated: 02:58 GMT, 19 January 2020

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr has said that President Donald  'discredited the American experiment' in an interview published Friday. 

'I think the problem is, number one, he is a bully. And you know, I don't like bullies. And I don't think ... that that's part of America's tradition,' Kennedy Jr said in an interview with Yahoo Finance.

'I think, in many ways, he's discredited the American experiment with self-governance,' added Kennedy Jr, an anti-vaccination activist who is the nephew of former president John F. Kennedy and son of his attorney general, Robert F. Kennedy.

Kennedy Jr went on to lament that, in his opinion, has diminished the reputation of America in the minds of foreign citizens elsewhere.  

'I think the problem is, number one, he is a bully. And you know, I don't like bullies. And I don't think ... that that's part of America's tradition,' Kennedy Jr (above) said of Trump

'I think the problem is, number one, he is a bully. And you know, I don't like bullies. And I don't think ... that that's part of America's tradition,' Kennedy Jr (above) said of

Kennedy Jr is an anti-vaccination activist who is the nephew of former president John F. Kennedy (seen with him above in 1961) and son of his attorney general, Robert F. Kennedy

Kennedy Jr is an anti-vaccination activist who is the nephew of former president John

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