The last Kennedy who challenges Biden and likes Silicon Valley

The last Kennedy who challenges Biden and likes Silicon Valley

In the week that the head of Tesla (and Twitter) Elon Musk publicly challenged Meta's boss, Mark Zuckerberg, at a boxing match, a sign of harmony was not expected to come from the upper floors of the Big Tech sector. While entrepreneurial competition degrades into public squabbles, an increasingly united political front is taking shape around Silicon Valley. Some of the biggest and most influential names in digital and tech appear to have found a new darling in the controversial Democratic Party primary candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.third son of Robert Kennedy (killed in an assassination attempt in 1968) and grandson of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, former president of the United States, killed in Dallas in August sixty years ago.

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