What Are The Strengths And Weaknesses Of Killing Kennedy

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Killing Kennedy is a book written by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard. The book is about John F. Kennedy, his time in office, and what he did as a 35th president also tell us about how he was assassinated and what his family felt afterwards. JFK family consisted of 3 brother Robert F. Kennedy, Ted Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy Jr and his mother and father names are Rose Kennedy and Joseph P. Kennedy. Despite a number of health issues and relationships with women. JFK was understood as a well-behaved man that was a great president because he kept his reputation that was. His health issues gave him bad back problems and sleeping with so many women made it really easy for him to get a bad reputation. JFK had many strengths and weaknesses that could have hurt him in the long run or put him really far ahead. One of his weaknesses was that fact that he had back problems like when Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard say “His ordeal with the Amagiri exacerbated his back problems, and he has even endured surgery” (34). Also, they state that he would use crutches or a cane to get around most time. This would be a weakness because it would make it harder for him to be in public with the fact that he…show more content…
This is Because of Marilyn Monroe really wanted to go out with him also he influenced some of his situations. Marilyn Monroe really showed that she liked JFK by singing happy birthday “ Happy birthday to you and then she purrs into the microphone” (O'Reilly and Dugard 84). This shows that Marilyn Monroe like him because she added that purr just to show him that. JFK was influenced by Marilyn Monroe. The thing that influenced is that she would be by his side to be with him and to sleep with him “Marilyn Monroe is already by the president’s side. There is an intimacy in their movements that leaves no doubt they will be sleeping together tonight” (O'Reilly and Dugard
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