Kennedy Curse To Strike Again? RFK Jr.’s Wife ‘Scared’ As He Runs For President


Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a well-known anti-vaccine activist and the nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy made an unexpected announcement about his intention to run for the Democratic presidential nomination.

However, Robert’s wife, Cheryl Hines, is filled with mixed emotions and expresses her concerns about her husband’s involvement in the upcoming election. Cheryl is scared that history might repeat itself.


Cheryl Hines is scared about her husband’s presidential ambition

LOS ANGELES – SEP 17: Robert F Kennedy Jr, Cheryl Hines at the HBO Emmy After Party – 2018 at the Pacific Design Center on September 17, 2018 in West Hollywood, CA

The Kennedy family has endured significant tragedies, with the assassinations of his father, who was running for president in 1968, and his uncle, President John F. Kennedy, who was tragically murdered in 1963.


RELATED: Almost 60 Years After JFK’s Presidency: See What The Kennedy Grandkids Are Up To Now

“Elections are really dramatic, mean-spirited, and invasive,” Cheryl stated. “I just want to make sure that my family — me, Bobby, our seven children — come out intact. That we’ll still be the same people when it’s all said and done. That we’ll still be grounded — but wiser.”

30 October 2017 – Westwood, California – Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Cheryl Hines. “A Bad Moms Christmas” Los Angeles Premiere held at Regency Village Theater in Westwood. Photo Credit: Birdie Thompson/AdMedia

Cheryl Hines has gotten over her fears

Although the 57-year-old initially had reservations, she has now thrown her full support behind her husband. “I’m glad he’s running. It took a minute to get to that space,” Hines explained. “People fear the unknown. The known is Biden is a Democrat, and he has the presidency. People say it is too risky to run against a Democrat already in office. But Bobby understands issues with a nuance I don’t see in other candidates.”

16 September 2017 – Hollywood, California – Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Cheryl Hines. Television Industry Advocacy Awards held at TAO Hollywood. Photo Credit: F. Sadou/AdMedia

However, Hines acknowledged that not everyone holds favorable opinions of her husband, mainly due to his controversial stance on the COVID vaccines, which stirred up controversy. “It was a very emotional time,” she confessed. “I had people saying, ‘What is Bobby doing? He’s making it harder for everyone.’ Everybody wanted to go back to normal and they thought the only way to do that was if everyone was vaccinated. I heard from people who felt like that. One hundred percent.”

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