Pol Light Moment #147 occurred on March 24, 1961, when Jacqueline Kennedy gave her first television interview after becoming the First Lady. The interview was done with Sander Vanocur of NBC News. Jacqueline Kennedy was the First Lady of the United States from 1961-1963.
During the interview Jacqueline Kennedy discussed her plans to bring a sense of history back to the White House. The interview also spent time focusing on how Jacqueline Kennedy would raise two young children in the White House. It had been many years since their had been young children in the White House.
The following is a video of this interview with Jacqueline Kennedy and Sander Vanocur.
Jacqueline Kennedy has been featured on other Pol Light posts. To view other posts search with the label Jacqueline Kennedy. For more information on Jacqueline Kennedy visit her page on the website of the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum.
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Photo: The photo of Jacqueline Kennedy is in the Public Domain.