Robert F. Kennedy had just won the California presidential primaries as part of the 1968 election.
On this episode of This Day In History, Tony and Armand discuss the assassination of John F. Kennedy’s younger brother and presidential candidate, Robert F. Kennedy. In 1968, Kennedy was shot three times at close range shortly after his speech at Los Angeles’ Ambassador Hotel by Sirhan Sirhan. Kennedy passed away nearly 26 hours after the shooting.
Plus, 1981 sees the first cases of AIDS reported in Los Angeles, California, Adam Smith (Scottish economist) is born in 1723, and Ronald Reagan passes away in 2004 at the age of 93.
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