Robert Kennedy’s Grandson Couldn’t Take the LSAT, So He Joined Kushner’s Coronavirus Task Force — And Blew the Whistle

Max Kennedy Jr., the grandson of prominent former Sen. Robert F. Kennedy — brother to the late President John F. Kennedy — offered a disturbing account of what he saw while working for Jared Kushner’s branch of the White House Coronavirus Task Force.

In an interview with The New Yorker, Kennedy said he planned to go to law school after graduating from Harvard in 2016, but that the pandemic preventing him from taking the LSAT. At that time, Kennedy received a suggestion to join the volunteer task force Kushner was setting up to establish PPE supply chains and distribute them to Covid-19 hotspots.

Kennedy said he joined the task force after deciding that the pandemic’s seriousness
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