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John Kennedy appointed his brother, Robert F. Kennedy, to the cabinet position of Attorney General. I believe he was the first and only president to make such a nepotistic appointment. This appointment probably protected the President from more investigation by the FBI.

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John F. Kennedy named Bobby Kennedy to that position.

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John Kennedy appointed his brother, Robert, as the the Attorney-General.

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John F. Kennedy

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