Roger Stone Reveals What Trump Told Him About JFK
In a recent revelation that has stirred curiosity and speculation, Roger Stone, a longtime political strategist and friend of President Trump, claimed that Trump confided in him about the remaining classified JFK documents, describing them as “so horrible.”
Stone, known for his close association with Trump and his controversial political tactics, made the claim during an interview. He said that he had asked Trump about his plans regarding the release of the classified JFK documents, to which Trump allegedly responded by expressing his shock at their contents.
“Trump did release roughly 80% of the documents, and we found out some shocking things. For example, Lee Harvey Oswald had gotten a, you know, 1099 from the FBI; that’s because he had been on their payroll. He was an informant; Lee Harvey Oswald had attended the foreign language school that is run by the Central Intelligence Agency in North Carolina. That’s how he learned to speak Russian.
“We learned about President Lyndon Johnson’s early membership in the Ku Klux Klan. That was among the documents that were included uh so there’s a lot of stuff there that historians poured through.
“There was a lot of interesting data, but even Trump held back 20% of the documents. When I had the occasion to ask him about that, I said, ‘Why didn’t you let it all out, and he said, ‘I can’t tell you. It’s so horrible you wouldn’t believe it. Someday, you’ll find out all about it. The sum total of it. He didn’t want to talk about it.”
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The JFK incident in Dallas one of the most significant and contentious events in American history, has been the subject of countless investigations, theories, and debates. The remaining classified documents have long been a point of intrigue and speculation, with many hoping their release could shed new light on the circumstances surrounding JFK’s last moments.
Stone’s claims about Trump’s reaction to these documents have added fuel to the fire of this enduring mystery. If true, it raises questions about what these documents contain and why they were considered “so horrible” by Trump.
However, it’s important to note that Stone’s comments provide no specific details about the contents of the classified documents. Without further information or the actual release of the documents, it’s impossible to verify these claims or fully understand their implications.
This revelation underscores the enduring fascination with JFK and the continued desire for transparency and answers. Despite the passage of decades, the event continues to captivate the public imagination and spark calls for the full disclosure of all related information.
The fact that these comments come from Stone, a figure known for his provocative statements and political maneuverings, also adds a layer of complexity to the situation. While some might dismiss his claims as mere attention-seeking, others may see them as further reason to push for the release of the remaining classified documents.