Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is pointing to an alleged collusion between former President Donald Trump, President Joe Biden and CNN. In a letter from Tuesday, Kennedy Jr. accused the two presidential candidates and the media network of violating the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) in their collusion.

As written in the letter, the alleged collusion between Biden, Trump and CNN puts the parties “in a clear breach of federal campaign finance law.”

The issue at hand is related to the debate Trump and Biden agreed to earlier this month. The debate, which would be hosted by CNN, is scheduled to be held on June 27 while a second debate scheduled for Sept. 10, would be hosted by ABC.

Kennedy argued in his letter that CNN admitted to having “informal conversations” about the presidential debate with both the Trump and Biden campaigns. According to the letter, the “informal conversations” serve as evidence of collusion between the media network and the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates.

Kennedy further argues that “neither President Biden nor Mr. Trump is on any state ballot as the presidential candidate of their respective parties.”

“Despite this, CNN has publicly cleared them both for participation in the debate and has represented to Candidate Kennedy that he does not satisfy this criterion, and, therefore, cannot participate in the debate,” he continued.

In a campaign press release, Kennedy directly spoke about the legal complaint, saying, “By demanding our campaign meet different criteria to participate in the debate than Presidents Biden and Trump, CNN’s debate violates FEC law and is a large prohibited corporate contribution to both the Biden and Trump campaigns.”

Kennedy has slammed Biden and Trump over the debate in the past, claiming that they are trying to “avoid discussion of their eight years of mutual failure.”

CNN has explained that Kennedy was not included in the debate plans as he does not “currently meet” the polling criteria required to be invited to the debate.

In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for the network said, “The law in virtually every state provides that the nominee of a state-recognized political party will be allowed ballot access without petitioning.”

“As the presumptive nominees of their parties both Biden and Trump will satisfy this requirement. As an independent candidate, under applicable laws RFK, Jr. does not. The mere application for ballot access does not guarantee that he will appear on the ballot in any state,” the statement added.

Per Fox News, there is still time for Kennedy to meet the requirements to qualify for the debate, as the window for eligibility would not close until a week before the debate date.