Phil Donahue is interviewing Congressman Gerald Ford and Congressman Charles Whalen Jr. Congressman Ford responds to questions about the Warren Commission, which had previously been discharged, and whether the investigation of President John F. Kennedy's assassination should be reopened to reassure the public. Ford defends the thoroughness and reliability of the Warren Commission report. This was filmed circa 1966.
2 minutes, 11 seconds
Legislators, Press, Presidents, Assassinations
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History | Political History | Social History | United States History
"Whalen & Ford" (1966). Whalen Audiovisual. 4.