Trump Reveals Truth About JFK Assassination

By Bishal Roy

Roger Stone recently told Poso that former President Donald Trump told him the classified documents pertaining to the assassination of JFK contained details “so horrible you wouldn’t believe it.”

.@ROGERJSTONEJR: “THE PEOPLE WHO KILLED KENNEDY … ARE THE SAME PEOPLE IN ESSENCE WHO REMOVED RICHARD NIXON. IN MANY WAYS IT IS THEIR SUCCESSORS WHO SOUGHT TO REMOVE DONALD TRUMP FROM THE PRESIDENCY.” PIC.TWITTER.COM/PKAJSESHMF

— HUMAN EVENTS (@HUMANEVENTS) JULY 3, 2023

The National Archives and Records Administration concluded its review of the classified documents in the 1963 assassination of former President John F. Kennedy and made 99% of the material publicly available, the White House announced.

In a memo released Friday, President Biden revealed that the archivist finished the review in May and that the remaining documents authorized to be declassified had been released to the public.

The announcement comes on the day of a previously established deadline to declassify the documents.

It has been noted that The Warren Commission’s report on Kennedy’s assassination was initially sealed until 2039 until Congress passed the JFK Records Act of 1992, directing the National Archives and Records Administration to create a collection of documents on the former president’s assassination.

The law required all assassination records to be released by 2017, but former President Donald Trump and Biden postponed the disclosures on several occasions, citing advice from the FBI, CIA and other intelligence agencies.

Trump released tens of thousands of documents during his administration, although most of them included redactions.

The Biden administration released more than 14,000 documents related to Kennedy’s assassination by December, which is when the president ordered a six-month review of the remaining records. More than 2,600 documents have been released since, including 1,103 that were posted publicly on Tuesday.

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