WATCH: RFK Jr.'s Sister Rory Explains Why She Can't Support His Presidential Bid

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. may come from one of the most legendary Democratic families in American history, but he is running as an independent in the 2024 Presidential election. The problem with RFK Jr., is that despite his famous name, he seems to have an awful lot of similarities to the most extreme members of the Republican party. 

The siblings of the candidate have come out against his bid, saying that they won't be able to support their brother. Rory Kennedy discussed the difficult decision this morning with MSNBC's Andrew Mitchell. 

"You know, the truth is, that I love my brother," Kennedy told the host, "and it pains me to come out against him, but I am very concerned with the stakes in this election, and I’m very concerned from the polls I’m seeing that he takes many more votes from Biden than he does from Trump. And I think this election is going to come down to a handful of votes in a handful of states, and I’m concerned that his campaign and running for office as an independent is going to lead to Trump’s election."

The author and filmmaker continued:

"And, I feel that that will be catastrophic, honestly, for not just our country, but for the world. So, I feel that the stakes couldn’t be higher, frankly. So, you know, I would love more than anything to sit out on the sidelines on this one and not be in this position, but I don’t feel like I can do that."