Rory Kennedy knows exactly who she wants to see in the White House next.
When asked by HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill about who she's eyeing for 2016, Kennedy was direct: "Hillary! I am so ready for Hillary, 100 percent."
Kennedy endorsed Obama over Hillary Clinton in 2008, but she admits Obama has had his share of roadblocks since his election. Many of those obstacles, however, can be attributed to efforts by the far right of the Republican Party to "undermine [Obama] on a personal level," Kennedy said, adding that the same would likely be true if Clinton had won in 2008 instead.
"It's mostly about strategy, [but] I think there's definitely some strands of racism that underline it, and probably, for Hillary, sexism. But I think ultimately, they really don't want a member of the Democratic Party and what the Democratic Party represents to be successful," she said.
Kennedy added that Obama has taken the heat for a problems that ultimately stem from the GOP.
"The president is the face of the lack of momentum moving forward, but I think if you look behind that in terms of why that is, I think a lot of the responsibility needs to go to the Republican Party," Kennedy said.
See Kennedy's take on the president above, and click here to see the full HuffPost Live conversation about "Last Days In Vietnam."
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