JFK files: Donald Trump teases releases as deadline arrives

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More than 50 years after USA President Kennedy was assassinated, the American people may get a fully documents about this murder on Thursday.


That would be happen if today’s President Donald Trump doesn’t do anything.

The White House will inform us about would Trump release all documents or will keep some keep in secret.Donald Trump

But deadline is coming, and the White House haven’t responded yet about whether Trump is planning to invoke the privilege to keep some documents in secret, because some of US intelligence community secretly requested.

In Saturday, Trump wrote on his tweeter that he would allow the release of the documents.

Also, Trump could block releasing certain document if he consider  “an identifiable harm to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement or conduct of foreign relations” and if “the identifiable harm is of such gravity that it outweighs the public interest in disclosure.”

Historians believes that only who is responsible about this assassination is Lee Harvey Oswald and don’t expect bombshells. But documents will clear all things about assassination of Kennedy.

Author of “Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK,” Gerald Posner told CNN’s Michael Smerconish on Saturday that Oswald have done it alone. He continued But what the files are doing and why they’re important to come out is they fill in the history of the case and show us how the FBI and CIA repeatedly hid the evidence.”

That documents can also show Oswald mysterious trip to Mexico before assassination, and can revealed files about US attempt to assassinate Cuban President Fidel Castro.

Trump is encourage to show the documents in public from some Republican figures, like Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa who have tweeted “No reason 2 keep hidden anymore, time to let American ppl + historians draw own conclusions.”

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