"The President and the Press", a speech given by President John F. Kennedy to the American Newspaper Publisher's Association at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City on April 27, 1961. The full text can be found at posted at the official website of the JOHN F. KENNEDY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM.
This is the full speech from which the Internet-famous so-called "Secret Societies speech" was taken. That video actually took segments of the original speech out of context to make it appear as though Kennedy was talking about secret societies throughout the entire speech, when in fact he was promoting the need for greater government secrecy in order to fight the secret acitivities of Communism. So it is only accurate to the extent that the goals of Communism have been advanced in the West through the activities of secret societies. But there is no evidence in this speech that Kennedy would have identified them with Jews, Jesuits, or Freemasons.