The president’s advisors were at it with the lies again. They tried to get the president to send a troop of military personnel to the country disguising them as relief workers. President Kennedy was keen to stand by his principles in this matter.
He refused to agree to the idea of sending military personnel to Vietnam disguised as relief workers from his advisors, Maxwell Taylor and Walt Rostow. Instead of this, he went ahead to take the option of choosing to increase the military aid to South Vietnam. However, the number of military advisors had rose to close to 16,000 by 1963, up from the 900 left by Eisenhower.
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