Cannon: In what district?
JFK: The eleventh congressional district, which my grandfather once represented in Congress. But I didn’t know anybody in Boston; I hadn’t really lived there much. The war, I’d been away. I’d been at Harvard University. I’d been to Choate School before that, and lived in New York. So I went to live with my grandfather at the Bellevue Hotel, and I began to run, at a much earlier time than anyone else. [To Jacqueline Kennedy and Toni Bradlee: “You might want to go sit in the other room. . . .”]
Bradlee: No, no, no.
JFK: They don’t want to listen to this.
Bradlee: They do!
Toni Bradlee: We do, Jack! We love it, Jack!
JFK: Toni doesn’t, and I know Jackie doesn’t.
Toni: Yes I do, Jack! I’m so interested.