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When Reagan was shot in 1981, his vice president, George H.W. Bush, was not in Washington, D.C. Reagan was under anesthesia for an operation, but by the time Bush got back to the capital, Reagan was out from his anesthesia and there was no need to ...
Once the taping system was revealed to the public, Nixon's chief of staff at the time, Alexander Haig, pulled the plug on it.
... Dodgers defeated the New York Yankees in the World Series that fall, with Valenzuela winning Game 3, the team visited the White House and Jarrin was standing there as President Ronald Reagan, Vice President George H.W. Bush and Alexander Haig, ...
... looks like "Race Bannon," so, at most, if the comparison inspires a new generation to read God Loves, Man Kills, all the better.
On its 103rd day in power, the declaration brought forth comparison to Secretary of State Alexander Haig's declaration after President Ronald Reagan was shot, "I'm in control here." The statement came Tuesday afternoon from Office of Management and ...
HE WAS HOWEVER LUCKY TO HAVE NANCY FOR HIS WIFE AND GEORGE SCHULTZ REPLACING Alexander Haig. NANCY THEN INSTIGATED A LUNCHEON REGIMEN WHERE REAGAN AND SCHULTZ WOULD MEET FOR LUNCH ONCE EACH ...
Much of this infighting was instigated by Reagan's secretary of state, Alexander Haig, who took on not just Vice President George H.W.
The former South Carolina governor is also in the unique position as the first U.S. ambassador to the U.N. to claim Cabinet rank under a G.O.
Thinking about Tillerson's bumpy start, it helps to recall two past secretaries of state who also had less auspicious beginnings: Alexander Haig in 1981 and Warren Christopher in 1993. ... By this point in his tenure, he had already graced the cover of ...
As former US Secretary of State Alexander Haig famously quipped during the Reagan administration, "Let them march all they want, as long as they continue to pay their taxes.
In office, however, Reagan was acutely conscious of the communist system's flaws and sought to exploit them carefully. He wanted a big military buildup, not a war.
... confession that the studio intended to make "the ultimate jingoistic movie," with the help of - and this is real - Ronald Reagan's former Secretary of State, General Alexander Haig. Haig was placed on MGM's board of directors and asked to "consult ...
Some will remember how the then-First Lady, Nancy Reagan, took an intense dislike to her hubby's publicity hound of a Secretary of State, Alexander Haig. It wasn't long after that, the chain-smoking Haig was out of office. (His face also ...
As former U.S. Secretary of State Alexander Haig famously quipped during the Reagan administration, "Let them march all they want, as long as they continue to pay their taxes.
A successful four-hour errand run that gets me back home before the storm hits - celebrate! Got all the bills paid on time - celebrate!
The former South Carolina governor ended up instead as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations - the first to enjoy Cabinet rank in a Republican administration since Jeane Kirkpatrick during Ronald Reagan's first term. And with Rex Tillerson conducting ...
On March 30, 1981, John Hinckley, Jr. thought he would impress actor Jodie Foster by shooting President Reagan. When the President was in surgery, his Secretary of State, Alexander Haig, stated he was "in control" until Vice President George H. W. Bush ...
A classic example of intrigues and power play that eventually saw off a senior cabinet minister was the one that took place in the Ronald Reagan presidency in the United States of America. It all began when President Reagan was shot ... Without a ...
... in 1981, that President Ronald Reagan was shot and rushed into surgery with a bullet lodged in his lung from an assassination attempt.
The documents reveal the formation of a psyops bureaucracy under the direction of Walter Raymond Jr., a senior CIA covert operations specialist who was assigned to President Reagan's National Security Council staff to enhance the importance of ...
... in 1981, that President Ronald Reagan was shot and rushed into surgery with a bullet lodged in his lung from an assassination attempt.
President Ronald Reagan leading a meeting on terrorism on Jan. 26, 1981, with National Security Advisor Richard Allen, Secretary of State Alexander Haig, Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger and White House counselor Edwin Meese. (photo credit: ...
This holiday, which surely is celebrated in some organizations with swigs of bourbon and the firing of AK-47s into the sky, commemorates former Secretary of State Alexander Haig's comments the day of an assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan.
But it was President Nixon who signed the measure into law, it was his chief of staff Alexander Haig who made sure it happened, and it was a group of Republican legislators who threw their support to the measure, ensuring the bipartisan launch of this ...
John F. Kennedy's press conferences were celebrated for their erudition and Ronald Reagan's were often upbeat laugh fests.
This holiday, which surely is celebrated in some organizations with swigs of bourbon and the firing of AK-47s into the sky, commemorates former Secretary of State Alexander Haig's comments the day of an assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan.
Presidents almost always hate the press or at least find them a necessary evil. Some handle the relationship better than others. John F. Kennedy's press conferences were celebrated for their erudition and Ronald Reagan's were often upbeat laugh-fests.
Secretary of State Alexander Haig said that America had plans, if necessary, to fire a "nuclear warning shot" in Europe.
Years ago, when President Reagan lay on an operating table after an assassination attempt and Vice President George H.W. Bush was on a plane, the whole country was taken aback by then-Secretary of State Alexander Haig's assertion that "As for now, I'm ...
Alexander Haig and Colin Powell, both four-star generals, served as secretary of state under Reagan and George W Bush respectively.
Alexander Haig and Colin Powell, both four-star generals, served as secretary of state under Reagan and George W Bush respectively.
The previous two were both appointed by President Ronald Reagan: Vice Admiral John Poindexter, who held the position from 1985 to 1986, and then-Lt.
At this time, Reagan's Secretary of State Alexander Haig was quoted as calling this region "America's backyard.
Three years later, despite being underqualified, she applied and was hired to work in Belgium as social secretary for General Alexander Haig, supreme allied commander of NATO forces. ... Of Reagan, Franklin was most impressed by his love for Nancy.
Our opening number was set to America's "Sister Golden Hair" and the overall theme was a parody of the early President Reagan years in Washington, DC. (We featured a character named "Plague," an exaggerated take-off on Alexander Haig.) Now, as a ...
In 1981, Syndicated Columnist Jack Anderson received leaks about potential changes in the cabinet of President Ronald Reagan. U.S. Secretary of State Alexander Haig was allegedly on Reagan's "disappointment list." An inflamed Haig blamed the ...
Hell, if Lincoln had been born in March, and the February presidential birthdays belonged only to Washington, William Henry Harrison, and Ronald Reagan, my money says we'd all still be getting February 22 off, although I'm fairly sure the Republicans ...
What I am used to, much more often, is a full-scale, all-out war between the leading Cabinet secretaries, which was true in the Reagan administration and under George W. Bush. Or a battle between the national ... as he was leaving for Pakistan. Then ...
Secretary of State Alexander Haig stepped down, saying he disagreed with some of Reagan's foreign policy decisions.
In 1981, the Justice Department investigated allegations that Allen had accepted a $1,000 cash bribe from a Japanese magazine in exchange for an interview with former first lady Nancy Reagan. Allen fervently denied any wrongdoing and said he was merely ...
When President Ronald Reagan was rushed into emergency surgery following the 1981 assassination attempt, then-Secretary of State Alexander Haig declared that ''constitutionally ... I am in control here in the White House, pending return of the vice ...
Consider two outstanding counterexamples, former Reagan chief of staff Alexander Haig and former Ford and Bush Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
With Reagan shot and unconscious, and Vice President George H.W. Bush far away in Texas on engagement, the Secretary of State, General Alexander Haig was to make one of the most controversial statements of his life when he told a White House news ...
Just think of Harry Truman and Dean Acheson; John F. Kennedy/Lyndon Johnson and Dean Rusk; Gerald Ford and Henry Kissinger; Jimmy Carter and Cyrus Vance; Ronald Reagan and Alexander Haig/George Shultz; Bill Clinton and Warren Christopher; ...
The cynicism of such men as Dick Cheney, Richard Nixon, Alexander Haig, Henry Kissinger and innumerable others in pushing a Neo-Conservative agenda that pursues American hegemony at the cost of American independence and individuality is something ...
Alexander Haig, President Reagan's first secretary of State, clashed with everyone on the Reagan foreign-policy team - including the president - and was out in less than two years.
Alexander Haig, President Reagan's first secretary of State, clashed with everyone on the Reagan foreign-policy team - including the president - and was out in less than two years.
"I think Flynn has Al Haig written all over him," said a former CIA officer, referring to former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, a retired army general who famously put himself in charge of the White House when President Ronald Reagan was shot ...
Alexander Haig on his national security staff. George H. W. Bush filled the national security spot with retired Air Force Gen.
Alexander Haig, Reagan's secretary of state from 1981 to 1982, was president of United Technologies corporation, an aircraft manufacturer and defense contractor, for about a year.


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