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RFK Jr. posts shirtless snap of ‘stud’ son Conor amid COVID comment backlash

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controversial COVID-19 comments. The 69-year-old Democrat — whose bid for president has been blasted by members of his own family as an “embarrassment” — managed to divert attention away from his off-color remarks with the steamy snap, shared to Twitter on Monday. “Happy birthday Conor,” RFK Jr.

captioned the image of himself posing alongside his son, who turned 29. In the pic, Conor — who briefly dated Taylor Swift in 2012 — is seen showing off his musclebound body with a wetsuit pulled down to his waist.

Happy birthday, Conor! pic.twitter.com/Wy2GS7T9J1Camelot fans flew into a frenzy, describing the snatched scion as “sexy,” “a stud,” and “a handsome young man.”Conor hit headlines last year for revealing that he secretly enlisted to fight in Ukraine’s war against Russia. “Like many people, I was deeply moved by what I saw happening in Ukraine over the past year,” he wrote in an Instagram post penned on Oct.

14. “I wanted to help. When I heard about Ukraine’s International Legion, I knew I was going, and I went to the embassy to enlist the next day.”“I told one person here where I was, and I told one person there my real name,” Conor continued. “I didn’t want my family or friends to worry, and I didn’t want to be treated differently there.

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