Thursday, February 14, 1963
February 14, 1963
JFK was in the Washington, D.C. where he gave a 4PM press conference in the State Department building. It was attended by 302 journalists.
Kennedy led off with an opening statement on the Administration bill to promote youth employment. He then took 21 questions. The subjects included his plan to cut taxes to stimulate the economy (4 questions), relations with Cuba (5 questions), European and foreign relations (9 questions). He was also asked about the qualifications of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. to be undersecretary of Labor and his assessment of the likelihood that his 1964 election opponent would be Nelson Rockefeller.
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