New York, May 31 (ANI): A new book reveals that one of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy's sex romps failed to become a sensational story because National Enquirer founder Generoso Pope killed it to help put the White House in his pocket.
Pope's son Paul David Pope writes in the book, titled 'Unreasonable Men', that his father had a very sensational story.
"(He) had a rock-solid story about one of JFK's lovers . . . a friend of Jackie's who'd been murdered on the same garden path in Georgetown she'd walked with Mrs. Kennedy after the assassination, both of them crying," the New York Post quoted the him as writing in the tome.
He further reveals that the Enquirer "had quotes from the woman's diary in which she talked about how she and JFK had smoked pot and made love in the White House. The reporter was even able to place CIA big James Angleton at the scene."
According to him, by deciding against publishing the sleazy tale, his father "collected yet another chit from powerful agencies and family." (ANI)