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President Reagan was a pro at roasting Democrats
President Reagan was a pro at roasting Democrats.
Funeral of King Michael of Romania.
Prince Charles pays his respects at the funeral of King Michael of Romania.
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Reagan tells Soviet jokes
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Proof Ronald Reagan Didn't Pander To Protesters
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In an interview with the New York Post, Donald Trump’s ex-wife Ivana revealed that iconic president Ronald Reagan once encouraged Mr. Trump to run for the highest office in the land. […]
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