On this day in 1960, newly elected President John F. Kennedy was invited to meet with out-going President Eisenhower over the Thanksgiving Holiday.
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White House Officials Expect a Conference at End of Month
AUGUSTA, Ga., Nov. 8 - President Eisenhower expects to meet with President-elect John F. Kennedy here over the Thanksgiving week-end, Nov. 24-27.
This was disclosed by White House sources after a message was received from the President-elect today that was regarded here as an acceptance of the President's telegram to Mr. Kennedy yesterday. The President's message said, "I stand ready to meet you at any convenient time to consider problems of continuity of government and the transfer of Executive responsibility."
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Here's "Everything Else Which Happened Today" including 1960 - JFK (D-Mass) beats VP Richard Nixon (R) to become 35th US president, 1966 - Edward W Brooke (R-Mass) becomes 1st black elected to Senate and in 1988 - George W H Bush (R) beats Mike Dukakis (D) for presidency