The final 45 hours of secretly taped recordings during the Kennedy Administration have been released by President John F. Kennedy's Library.  They reveal intimate moments during the final months of his Presidency, leading up to two days before his assassination in Dallas, TX.

FOX News Radio's Courtney Kealy has more:

The audio recordings reveal meetings about the conflict in Vietnam and the Space Race.

(Kennedy Tape - Kennedy) "I don't know how much more expensive it is, but for the Convention the colors are damn good."

...Here he discusses films to be played at the 1964 Democratic Convention.

(Kennedy Tape - Kennedy with Gromyko) "Come in a minute and say hello.  Want to say hello to the minister? (Hello, hello.) Do you want to say hello to John? (Hello, hello.)"

...In a not-so-Cold War conversation, he introduces his children to the Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko.

(Kennedy Tape - JFK, Jr.) "Daddy..."

...The Kennedy children playing can also be heard.

Courtney Kealy, FOX News Radio.