HYANNIS PORT, Mass. — They’re America’s white-trash blue bloods.
The Kennedy clan has been famous over the years for limitless political ambition, immense wealth, excruciating tragedy — and seemingly constant scandal.
Their storied family tale began with an immigrant Irish family-done-very good and rose all the way to a US presidency, only to go from Camelot to trailer park.
So when father-daughter duo Max and Caroline “Summer’’ Kennedy were busted by cops during a raucous house party this month, the duo’s alleged low-life shenanigans were hardly a surprise.
It was all part of c’est la Kennedy, where bad behavior gets boasted about and consequences . . . what consequences?
“They don’t really feel like they have to answer to anybody,” a source close to the family recently told The Post. “They still have this outlook that they’re untouchable.”
Summer Kennedy’s response to cops on Cape Cod, as she and her 52-year-old father were being cuffed for disorderly conduct Aug. 20 seemed to sum it all up. Asked to take a Breathalyzer, the 23-year-old brat sniffed to cops, “No. I’m drunk. I know that,’’ according to police.
When the officers went to handcuff her, she allegedly stuck out her tongue and told them to “f–k off’’ — adding for good measure, “I went to Brown, and I’m a teacher, sweetheart!’’
Max’s father was Robert F. Kennedy — former US attorney general, US senator and assassinated presidential candidate.
The only statesman in the prestigious political dynasty who outranked Bobby was older brother John. At the heart of the family today is Bobby’s wife and Max’s mother, 89-year-old matriarch Ethel Kennedy.
The queen bee is still feisty.
On July 4, she hopped behind the wheel of golf cart — with a blue bandana tied around her head — and drove along the parade route in Hyannis Port with her daughter Kerry by her side. They drove behind a parade float carrying hoards of Kennedy grandchildren.
A massive, booze-fueled party at the family’s famed summer compound surely followed. The sprawling estate, which consists of three mansions, sits on 6 acres of rolling green on the edge of sparkling Nantucket Sound. The Kennedys have flocked to the compound in times of triumph and tragedy — always close-knit, ever loyal, even three generations in.
“As a family, they’re constantly…