Jackie O Was a Spy for the CIA!

‘I’m considering a job with the CIA,’ she once wrote.

Jackie O Spy CIA
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Just call her “Jackie 007”!

America’s beloved former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis worked for the CIA, according to a newly unearthed letter she wrote in the 1950s!

“In the JFK Library in Massachusetts, there is a letter — written in Jackie’s own hand — to Vogue magazine, which had recently awarded her a literary prize,” author Philip Myers told The National ENQUIRER.

“In the letter, she says she may not be able to accept the prize because ‘I’m considering a job with the CIA.’

“I was told she took the job and I have an intelligence source who confirmed it!” Myers said. His book, Squished: Jackie Kennedy, Espionage, Murder and Me, investigates the relationship between Jackie and Russian espionage group leader Leonid Tarassuk.

In the book’s foreword, he writes: “Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis told me she loved the spymaster, Leonid Tarassuk, after he moved to New York from Leningrad in the early 1970s.

“And to our mutual surprise the investigation of his murder linked it to the murder of her husband, the President.”