Friday, June 9, 2017

Caroline Kennedy Plans to Run for NY Congressional Seat in 2018

Caroline Kennedy lost her Ambassador post in Japan when Trump took office. He hasn’t even bothered to name a Replacement.

But she’s not done with Public Service. Kennedy is planning to run in a New York Primary in 2018.

Daniel R. Russel, an Assistant Secretary of the State Department, can’t say enough kind things about Kennedy’s Diplomacy skills. He’s saying that she’s the real deal, no ifs, ands, or buts.

“She transformed herself from a celebrity into an influential public figure and statesman,” Russel said. “[She] became trusted, respected, liked and listened to.”

Japan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Fumio Kishida, says that Kennedy excelled when it came to high-stakes politics.

“I think most people don’t know about this, but Ambassador Kennedy was an exceptionally tough negotiator,” Kishida said. “When she gave me a firm negative response, I thought it was time for the Japanese side to come up with an alternative idea.”

“Caroline had a successful ambassadorial run in Japan and feels really very confident about putting her hat in the ring for a New York Congressional or Senate seat, with even possibly bigger political objectives down the road,” an anonymous friend of Kennedy said. “The presidency is on her mind now, believe me.”

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