Jack Schlossberg Says He Won’t Go into Politics ‘Anytime Soon’ and Explains His Quirky Social Media Posts

John F. Kennedy's only grandson has repeatedly gone viral in recent months for posting a series of unusual videos. They're part of a larger advocacy plan, he tells 'Town & Country'

<p>Nathan Congleton/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty</p> Jack Schlossberg in 2017

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Jack Schlossberg in 2017

You won’t see Jack Schlossberg’s name on the ballot anytime soon.

The 31-year-old attorney and only grandson of former President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy revealed in an interview with Town & Country that despite his love for politics, he has no active plans to run for office.

Schlossberg attended Yale, Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School. He passed the New York Bar exam in 2023.

When asked about joining the “family business,” he told the publication: “Not anytime soon but I love politics. I love public service. I’m inspired by that legacy of my family. But I have no immediate plans.”

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<p>TORU YAMANAKA/AFP via Getty</p> Caroline Kennedy (center left) and John Schlossberg in 2014


Caroline Kennedy (center left) and John Schlossberg in 2014

Schlossberg’s current mission is helping President Joe Biden get reelected this November, which he believes is “the most important election of our lifetime.”

Those comments come as his own relative, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., is running for president on an independent ticket.

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He told Town & Country that he does not want to see his first cousin (once removed) in the White House.

“I wish that Bobby wasn’t running and people weren’t being confused by him and led to believe that there was some other answer, or that the Democratic Party wasn’t behind them, or that Joe Biden hasn’t been a fantastic president,” he elaborated.

Schlossberg has been vocal about his disapproval of RFK Jr., calling his candidacy an "embarrassment" and "vanity project" in 2023.

<p>Nathan Congleton/NBC via Getty </p> Caroline Kennedy and Jack Schlossberg in 2023

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Caroline Kennedy and Jack Schlossberg in 2023

Regarding his unusual social media posts that take aim at his cousin Bobby, Schlossberg is simply trying to make his own political statement, ultimately breaking through to a younger audience.

In the videos, he does impressions of several fictionalized characters — each with a different dialect — who want to discuss the 2024 election.

“I’m just trying to use the tools at my disposal to get out a message that I think is super-serious and important, and that is that a vote for Bobby Kennedy Jr. is a vote for Donald Trump,” he said.

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<p>Paul Marotta/Getty</p> Jack Schlossberg in 2016

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Jack Schlossberg in 2016

“If you can get that message out there, in whatever way works, it doesn’t make it any less serious, or any less strategic, to get more people to watch it,” he continued. “And so that’s really all I’ve been trying to do. If I wanted to blow myself up, I could be doing a lot more, and I don’t want to do that.”

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His goal is for his followers to understand “how great President Biden has been.”

“I think that voting for Bobby is voting for Trump, and I think that’s not the right path for us to take, and that my goal, and what I wake up thinking about every day, is, ‘What can I do to help President Biden get reelected?’ I think I’ve done something.”

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