The Most Shocking Truth About JFK & Marilyn Monroe?
Only part of the picture. Monroe. President Kennedy in the Oval Office shortly after his Inauguration. Context is everything. Documentation, even better. It may be devastating to the American people to suggest that a romanticized story they have long cherished and held dear about a beloved President might be, in fact, utterly false or at least exaggerated to the point where it has become mythologized. This might prove so damaging to the national psyche that many political and entertainment editors and producers might mount a systematic propaganda campaign to protect the former President’s now-popularized reputation, so long held sacred by
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Categories: Dwight D. Eisenhower, Hollywood, Presidential Mythology, Presidents, The Kennedys, Warren G. Harding, William Howard Taft
Tags: Dwight D. Eisenhower, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, John F Kennedy, Kennedy, Kennedy family, Marilyn Monroe, Peter Lawford, Robert F. Kennedy, Warren G. Harding, White House, William Howard Taft