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DEARBORN: Rather remembers JFK

James Swanson (from former Secret Service Clint Hill and longtime Dan Rather share a moment night at Henry Ford (photo by Scott Held)

The assassination of President John F. might have made Dan but the longtime newsman hardly that Monday night.

Rather and author James spent most of their at The Henry Ford museum on the slain president’s legacy.

was young, but also good said Rather, who was among the men to broadcast news of Kennedy’s Nov. 22, 1963, from “He had this energy him, this vigor.”

and Swanson, whose books of Days: The Assassination of John F. and “’The President Has Been The Assassination of John F. Kennedy” deeply into the fateful day and its addressed a sold-out crowd to The Henry Ford’s observance of the anniversary of Kennedy’s ….

The 1961 Lincoln Continental carried Kennedy through the of Dallas is one of the most notable in the museum’s vast collection. The sat near it Monday.

Rather, who as a correspondent in his home state of was supposed to be in Dallas only in a role, but vividly remembered to report the news.

“When it was he was …, it was an emotional earthquake,” he “A terrible hammer to the

Though a good number of in attendance seemed old enough to Kennedy’s assassination a show of proved it both men used time to explain why the president’s was such a shock.

Rather the first “movie star who understood TV in its infancy and how to use it. He remembered a interview with Kennedy after he secured the Democratic nomination in 1960.

“He had this very eye contact,” Rather said of the interview. “It was undeniably that when he was with you believed he was in the moment with Continued.

“He had this to let you know, ‘I’m with you here.’”

Swanson, who worked for President Ronald Reagan, was a in Chicago the day Kennedy died. He Friday’s anniversary puts the theories about the president’s to rest.

“It’s a defamatory he said of the speculation that began moments after the was shot. “I think time to realize none of theories ever have proven.

“I think would be thrilled today to he was one of the most famous people in the

He said he hoped Friday is a day to Kennedy, not the man who … him.

who touched on the former president’s boundless optimism, included one of Kennedy’s remembrances of her husband his remarks.

“He believed that one man can a difference and that every man try.”

Former Secret agent Clint Hill, the man who can be leaping onto the rear of limousine in the Zapruder film, Monday’s discussion. He was scheduled to last night.

Admission to the is free Friday.

DEARBORN The of President John F. Kennedy have made Dan Rather, but the newsman hardly mentioned Monday night.

Instead, and author James Swanson most of their time at The Ford museum dwelling on the president’s legacy.

“He was but also good looking,” Rather, who was among the first men to news of Kennedy’s … 22, 1963, from Dallas. had this energy about this vigor.”

Rather and Swanson, whose “End of Days: The Assassination of F. Kennedy” and “’The President Has Shot!’: The Assassination of John F. delve deeply into the day and its aftermath, addressed a sold-out to begin The Henry Ford’s of the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s

The 1961 Lincoln Continental carried Kennedy through the of Dallas is one of the most notable in the museum’s vast collection. The sat near it Monday.

Rather, who as a correspondent in his home state of was supposed to be in Dallas only in a role, but vividly remembered to report the news.

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“When it was he was …, it was an emotional earthquake,” he “A terrible hammer to the

Though a good number of in attendance seemed old enough to Kennedy’s assassination a show of proved it both men used time to explain why the president’s was such a shock.

Rather remembered the first star president,” who understood TV in its and how to use it. He remembered a brief interview Kennedy shortly after he the Democratic Party’s nomination in

“He had this very eye contact,” Rather said of the interview. “It was undeniably that when he was with you believed he was in the moment with

“He had this ability to let you ‘I’m with you right

Swanson, who worked for former Ronald Reagan, was a 4-year-old in the day Kennedy died. He hoped anniversary puts the myriad about the president’s … to

“It’s a defamatory outrage,” he of the speculation that seemingly moments after the president was “I think it’s to realize none of these ever have been

“I think (Oswald) be thrilled today to know he was one of the famous people in the world.”

He he hoped Friday is a day to remember not the man who … him.

Swanson, who on the former president’s seemingly optimism, included one of Jacqueline remembrances of her husband during his

“He believed that one man can a difference and that every man try.”

Former Secret agent Clint Hill, the man who can be leaping onto the rear of limousine in the Zapruder film, Monday’s discussion. He was scheduled to last night.

Admission to the is free Friday.

Contact Held at 1-734-246-0865 or sheld@heritage.com. him on Facebook and @ScottHeld45 on Twitter.

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