For the first time, Audio tapes of Jackie Kennedy, made just months after the assassination of her husband President John F Kennedy, have been released. In the interviews with a White House historian, she says civil rights leader Martin Luther King is “a terrible man”.
The former first lady is also scathing about Lyndon Johnson, her husband Vice President and other world leaders.
Within 8 hours of recording, she also remembers how her husband was joking about the threat of assassination. Jackie Kennedy opened his heart to the White House adviser Arthur Schlesinger in his home in Washington, four months after JFK in Dallas, Texas, was killed in 1963. Overshadowed by his accomplice and reports claim that Jackie found on the tapes, the fact more truly surprising that, despite a half century of social development, the media market to myths about his imagination as wild as ever those produced in his life, and most amazingly ridiculous claim, the largest customer.
If such stories during his tenure as first lady (1961-1963) appears to be the press office of the White House quickly rectify the misrepresentations and lies deny.
After the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, until his own death decades later, but perhaps the most outrageous stories cause a denial or clarification of their lives, the confidante and adviser Nancy Tuckerman.