Trump plans to release classified JFK documents


Against the urging of multiple federal agencies, President Donald Trump said he will allow the public release of the now classified President John F. Kennedy assassination case files.

The thousands of documents are set for release by the National Archives on October 26, but it has been unclear if President Trump would block their release on the basis of national security concerns.

Trump said via Twitter that the "long blocked and classified JFK files" will be opened after more than 50 years.

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The White House said in a statement to Politico earlier this week that the White House was working "to ensure that the maximum amount of data can be released to the public" by next week's deadline.

During the 2016 campaign, Trump made the unfounded claim that the father of GOP rival Sen. 26 to disclose the remaining files related to Kennedy's 1963 assassination, unless President Donald Trump intervenes.

Kennedy, the 35th president of the U.S., was killed in Dallas on November 22 1963.

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By law however - and with Trump's tweeted stamp of approval - the documents are slated to be released Thursday.

The November 22, 1963 assassination - an epochal event in modern USA history - has spawned multiple theories challenging the official version that Kennedy was killed by a lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald. Congress mandated in 1992 that all assassination documents be released within 25 years, unless the president asserts that doing so would harm intelligence, law enforcement, military operations or foreign relations.

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