(Washington, DC) — Two GOP lawmakers are urging President Trump to make public all remaining records connected to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones and Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley introduced similar resolutions that would let the National Archive and Records Administration release those documents with presidential approval. In a released statement, Jones said that there are still many questions around the death of JFK in Dallas back in 1963. Conspiracy theories swirl around the event to this day. Former Trump adviser Roger Stone is also supporting the effort and blamed the CIA for preventing full disclosure.
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