I never had much to do with the Kennedys. I was out of the country most of the time when John Kennedy was Senator and then President. The day he was shot, I had been out of New York, and when I got back late in the day, I found that our entire staff, both writers and photographers, had been sent in every direction, to get whatever they could. Somebody in the office said to me, “You're the last one.”
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