Secretary Rusk: Kennedy Death a 'Grievous Loss'

The secretary of state says serving President Kennedy was a "high privilege."
3:00 | 10/17/13

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We're -- Defense -- We're just left no relation today. Because of -- gravely -- football. Those of us -- About privilege of serving -- -- President Kennedy. We'll always -- thing. -- Right. Ricky Garrett is remember all the responsibility. As for the great nation. Regrets right. Like unfinished business. One of our greatest Americans is now president. President Johnson. -- Poland the board. -- -- -- I would -- -- All of them. And agriculture. Freeman. Pierre Salinger looking very tired and weary of the president's -- -- the secretary. And close personal friend of the late president and now going into a car. -- -- -- -- All of these. Big cadillacs are lined up -- they've been lined up so badly and often today. Here at Andrews Air Force Base. We've said secretary of -- and the other. Cabinet members. We're on their way to Japan -- halfway between Japan and Honolulu on news of the assassination of the president and the morning and they flew back to Honolulu and then. Back -- Andrews Air Force Base here on the Maryland countryside south of Washington. We say this has been one of the saddest days in. American history in Washington history surely. And please man. We'll help steer the country and past three years. Will be offering there resignation through. -- president. Of the United States Lyndon Johnson.

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