It’s dinner for one for Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
The anti-vaxxer crusader, environmental lawyer and newly minted 2024 White House contender was spotted dining solo at Kissaki on the Bowery in New York this week. A spy told Page Six RFK Jr. sat the omakase bar and a “star-struck” diner started chatting him up.
“The diner was excited that they were meeting a Kennedy,” they said.
Kennedy also took photos with the restaurant’s manager before “heading off into the night” after his sushi meal, we’re told,
Meanwhile, Kennedy got a “Clueless” endorsement on Tuesday from Alicia Silverstone, who starred in the 1995 coming-of-age flick. Silverstone, an independent voter, took to Instagram to throw her support behind him.
“Last year, I cancelled my Democratic party registration and registered as an Independent voter,” she wrote.The “Clueless” star said RFK Jr. gives her hope. aliciasilverstone/instagram
Silverstone added that Kennedy “gives me hope” and described him as a “true leader.”
“He loves our country deeply and is the most courageous warrior. He fights for all mothers and children. He fights for our planet, fairness and freedom,” she wrote.
The actress has worked with Kennedy on children’s health and environment issues for 15 plus years, she said.Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is also supporting Kennedy. AP
And if there is any doubt that she is a diehard fan, she added, “I love me some Bobby! He is just incredible.”
Silverstone isn’t the only high-profile endorsement Kennedy has received since he announced his presidential run. On Saturday, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey tweeted Kennedy “can and will” beat Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis in 2024.
Dorsey replied, “both” when a Twitter user asked him if he was endorsing Kennedy or “just predicting.”Kennedy’s anti-vaccination crusade has turned off his famous family. Fox News
Unfortunately, it seems most of his family will not be endorsing him. The Kennedy family biographer Laurence Leamer said “most of the Kennedys are disgusted with his attitude,” referring to his anti-vaccination activism.
“They still care about him, but he’s an embarrassment,” he said back in April.
Well, at least he’ll always have Cher Horowitz.