On November 22, 1963, only a couple of hours after JFK had been assassinated, President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson called Rose Kennedy from Air Force One to offer their condolences.
The nation is pausing today to remember President John F. Kennedy, marking 50 years since he was assassinated in downtown Dallas. Ceremonies were held this afternoon in Dealey Plaza, where Kennedy was gunned down during a motorcade on Nov. 22, 1963.
Video of President Obama and the First Lady laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery at the final resting place of President John F. Kennedy.
Is the evidence that could finally reveal the truth and unravel the JFK assassination still sitting behind closed doors inside the National Archives? In Fox News Reporting: 50 Years of Questions: The JFK Assassination, which airs next Saturday, November 9 at 9p/12a ET, we examine this very possibility.
On Fox and Friends this morning, we got to see some clips for the new video that has been released showing President John F. Kennedy in the summer of 1963, just months before his assassination. The footage shows JFK on vacation with his family in Cape Cod, golfing, swimming, and sunbathing with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and their kids.