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On September 16, 2017, former Massachusetts governor and current US Senator, Ted Kennedy, launched a presidential primary campaign for his 2016 election bid against incumbent President Donald Trump.

The 2016 primary campaign was a watershed moment in Kennedy’s career as a politician, and it was also a major blow to the American political system as a whole.

During the 2016 primary, Kennedy ran against Donald Trump, and Trump himself had no major public endorsements from major party candidates.

Although Kennedy was not on the ballot as a Republican candidate, the Democratic Party and many liberals were looking for someone to challenge Trump, so Kennedy ran for the nomination in a general election campaign, and he received over 20% of the vote.

During his campaign, Kennedy had to fend off a strong Democratic Party, with many people seeing him as a moderate and not as an ideologue.

He won the general election, defeating Trump in a landslide.

But Kennedy’s primary campaign failed, and on October 7, 2020, Kennedy announced his retirement from the Senate.

He had spent over six years in Congress, and had served as the longest serving senator in American history, since John Adams.

Kennedy was an avid writer, and his writing influenced the direction of American politics.

While he was not a political genius, his political writing has made him a respected scholar of American history.

Kennedy had also been the first US Senator to endorse Jill Stein for the presidency of the United States.

After his death, he was remembered as an inspiration, a man who had shaped the trajectory of American political discourse for the better part of two decades.

This article originally appeared in the November 2017 issue of Wired magazine.