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interview with TOM WICKER who was with JFK in Texas on his November 1963 trip. Wicker was with JFK at the Dallas airport and in the motorcade
Wicker further recalls the reasons why Kennedy went to Texas and recalls the last day and being in the motorcade with him. Recalls first hearing about the presidents death and where the shots were fired from
further recalls the events of the day of the assassination in Dallas. Tom wicker was a journalist and wrote a story about the assassination for the New York Times. He was in Dallas and witnessed the events unfolding
recalls that Kennedy's popularity was not at it's highest level in November, 1963
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