John F. Kennedy was on tour through a route in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. This would have been a politically advantageous day, which might have helped him win the 1964 campaign, leading him to the presidential position again. The day started out normally for the presidential couple; they had breakfast at Hotel Texas, where the President gave a speech. Following breakfast, the presidential entourage took a short flight to Love Field where they would start their route through Dallas, waving to citizens as they went by. The President, the First Lady, the Governor of Texas and his wife were in the second motorcade following a Secret Service vehicle. The route of the motorcade was posted on Dallas newspapers seventy-two hours in advance, so the streets were lined with onlookers. That day in Texas, the Secret Service did not protect the President in their normal formation, but rather they were lined up besides the presidential motorcade, le...
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