‘I ran into her yesterday’: RFK’s strange non-relationship with his VP pick

Almost exactly a month after introducing Nicole Shanahan as his vice-presidential pick in a carefully choreographed Bay Area extravaganza, independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. still seemed a bit unclear on exactly how his running mate was spending her time.

At a late April event in Dallas, Kennedy told reporters that Shanahan — who had yet to appear at a public campaign event since her beaming, purple-pantsuited debut four weeks prior — had spent “three or four days at the border.” (In fact, she had spent just a day there, according to two advisers who toured the nation’s Southern border with her.)

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