John F. Kennedy's Arguments Against The Vietnam War

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Good morning ladies and gentlemen. After President John F. Kennedy’s death we need to work harder than ever. We have sent troops to South Vietnam to support the government, and to protect eh Air Force base conducting a series of bombing raids on North Vietnam. This series of bombings was starting to escalate the war in North Vietnam. On August 7, 1964 the Gulf of Tokin Resolution was passed to give congressional approval to expand the Vietnam War. We are not going to expand it because we agreed that you as the general public would disagree with that decision. My administration and I are being criticized for not pushing the war more aggressively, however, the decision is up to us, so we get to choose how we fight his war. Another update of the

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