NBC News Conspiracy Theory: Trump Might Not Release Info About JFK Assassination (VIDEO)

The mainstream media is always looking for new ways to make President Trump seem dark and evil. NBC News is now advancing a conspiracy theory that Trump might block new details about the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

News Busters reports:

NBC Worries Trump Will Cover Up JFK Assassination Files

In a bizarre story for NBC’s Today on Friday, correspondent Peter Alexander preemptively attacked President Trump for possibly blocking the release of classified government files related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, even though the reporter acknowledged that “no decision’s been made” by the administration regarding the obscure bureaucratic matter.

“As you can imagine, historians are eagerly awaiting the release of these never-before-seen files….The National Archives here in Washington has until October 26th to turn them all over….The one person who could stand in the way, President Trump,” Alexander melodramatically announced at the top of his report about the 54-year-old “news.”

Amping up the concern that Trump may decide not to have the documents released to the public, the reporter proclaimed: “More than 50 years after his tragic death, the endless fascination with President John F. Kennedy lives on….The National Archives is preparing to release more than 3,000 never-before-seen documents related to the assassination, unless President Trump decides to keep them secret.”

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