As the 20th anniversary of JFK Jr. and Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy's death nears, revisit the life of America's golden son.
John F. Kennedy, Jr. was born into American royalty—and throughout his life, he remained the public's golden son. From the early photos of toddler-aged John-John playing around in the Oval Office, to the paparazzi shots of a strapping John and Carolyn Bessette falling in love, the press would never lose its interest in the late president's son. Then, in the summer of 1999, John's years were cut short in a plane crash that killed him, Carolyn, and Carolyn's sister Lauren. Nearly 20 years after that fateful day, here's a look back at John F. Kennedy, Jr.'s 38 years, as seen through 30 iconic photographs.
Don Whisman: Keep in mind. These are the exact same people that told the country the giant tax break for the super wealthy would pay for itself. This year the giant tax cut has driven the deficit 27 percent higher than last year. 27 percent is a huge number for one year. 400 billion in cash straight to the super wealthy bank.