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>> Kennedy a warm welcome.>> President Donald Trump ordering the release on Thursday of some, but not all of the secret files surrounding the 1963 JFK assassination. More than 2,800 uncensored documents were posted immediately to the National Archives website, a large cache that may reveal new insights into a tragedy that has been endlessly dissected for decades.
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The rest will be released on what the White House calls a rolling basis until the end of April. A CIA spokesman telling Reuters that every single one of the around 18,000 remaining records in the collection will ultimately be released, with only 1% of the material left redacted. Trump touted the release which Congress had scheduled 25 years ago on Twitter, writing that they were, quote, so interesting.
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The President was reluctant to agree to agency request to hold back thousands of documents. Officials say CIA Director Mike Pompeo argued to the White House for keeping some materials secret.>> To make happen.