Politico magazine earlier quoted Trump administration and other US government officials as saying the president would nearly certainly block the release of information from some of the thousands of classified files, which the US National Archives is scheduled to make public by an October 26 deadline.
Roger Stone, a right-winger who has always been a friend of Trump's, wrote a book alleging that Johnson was the driving force behind Kennedy's assassination. Congress mandated in 1992 that all assassination documents be released within 25 years, but the president has the power to block their release on the grounds that making them public would harm government intelligence, military operations or foreign relations.
Most of the assassination documents (88%) have already been released, according to a JFK-related Web site that has been counting down the days, with the remainder now being released next week comprising 3,810 documents, including formerly redacted and withheld documents. Kennedy was 46 and remains one of the most admired United States presidents.
Experts say there is slim chance that the documents will contain any big revelations on the tragedy, but they may, however, provide insight into assassin Lee Harvey Oswald's trip to Mexico City weeks before the killing, in which he visited the Soviet and Cuban embassies.
He went on: "What was he doing with Lee Harvey Oswald shortly before the death, before the shooting?" The Warren Commission was formed just a week afterwards to officially examine what happened.
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However, in 2013, a Gallop poll found that only 30 per cent of Americans believed that Oswald was the lone gunman.
Trump political consultant Roger Stone said he opposes delaying the records' release.
Last week, Mr Stone told far-right conspiracy theorist and radio show host Alex Jones that he had personally urged the President to make the JFK files public.
Shenon said it would be interesting, too, to see if there was anything in the documents to substantiate comments Trump made during his election campaign linking Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz's father to Oswald.
He added that "a very good White House source", but not Mr Trump, had told him the Central Intelligence Agency, and specifically its director Mike Pompeo, had been "lobbying the President furiously not to release these documents". It sheds very bad light on the deep state, ' he said.