What the media missed about Ronald Reagan’s last days

Reagan was on the run from his enemies from the start.

And it was a run that took the lives of nearly 2,000 people and a huge political cost to his party.

Here are the stories of those who died or disappeared during that time.


Richard C. Kohn: The conservative journalist and commentator died in 1986 after being shot in the head in a bar fight in New York City.

He was the first of the Reagan “crusaders” to be assassinated.

He died at age 78 in New Jersey.


Michael L. Shumway: The veteran New Jersey cop who was shot and killed in the back in 1983, his killing sparking a political firestorm that left the GOP leader in office for just one term.


Tom Brokaw: The former ABC News president and Fox News host died in 1992 after being hit by a car while riding his motorcycle in his home state of New Jersey, according to his family.


Richard Posner: The prominent conservative columnist who had a political career that spanned more than 30 years died in 1990 after being found in a hotel room in the Hamptons.


Bob Woodward: The journalist and Pulitzer Prize winner who died in 2010 at age 90, after having a stroke.


John Nichols: The legendary Watergate reporter and Watergate conspirator who was found dead in his New York apartment after his death in 1973.


Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: The former president’s son who was killed in Dallas in 1968.


Ronald Reagan: The Republican leader who was assassinated in 1981.


Donald Rumsfeld: The defense secretary, former vice president and U.S. secretary of defense who was fatally wounded in his house by a gunman at the Republican National Convention in 1980.


Roger Stone: The anti-war activist and Trump supporter who was the target of the FBI’s wiretapping investigation, who died at a nursing home in Washington, D.C. 11.

Joe Lieberman: The U.K. politician who served as governor of Connecticut and served as a senior aide to former President Bill Clinton and was the subject of a leaked memo that suggested the Clintons may have been involved in a sexual assault.


Ted Kennedy: The father of slain U.N. Ambassador John F. Kenney died in 2002.


Mark Felt: The retired senior intelligence analyst and whistleblower who worked with President George W. Bush on the Iran-Contra scandal died in a plane crash in 2008.


Tom DeLay: The Texas congressman and staunch conservative who had been working for Republicans in Congress, died in 2007 in a helicopter crash after he was shot by a sniper in his Texas ranch.


Jim Baker: The Massachusetts senator who became House speaker in 1993 and served in the House of Representatives for the first eight years of President George H.W. Bush’s administration.


Jimmie Bush: The governor of Florida and vice president in the Reagan administration, who was murdered by a man with a shotgun in 2003 after he and another member of his family were in a house in Lake Charles, Louisiana, when a gunman opened fire.


Mark Foley: The chief executive of the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team who died from a gunshot wound to the head.


Richard Lugar: The Indiana senator who was defeated by the Democratic presidential nominee in 1988, leaving him unable to seek reelection for the Senate in 1992.


Paul G. Allen: The senior aide who helped Vice President George HW Bush win the 1988 election, and who served in his Cabinet.


Mike Mansfield: The Army officer who served three tours of duty in Iraq and was wounded in an attack by the Taliban in 2006.


Michael Milken: The billionaire financier who founded the investment bank Morgan Stanley, who left the firm in 2002 after losing $2 billion on a derivatives bet.


Michael Steele: The director of the CIA, who resigned in 2004 after the agency released a report concluding that Iran was developing nuclear weapons.


David Plouffe: The president of the New York University School of Law, who had worked for President George Bush, was killed at age 57 in an auto accident in a suburban Chicago suburb in 2008 after he lost his wife, daughter, son-in-law and two grandchildren.


Richard Nixon: The Democratic president who was impeached in 1974 for perjury and obstruction of justice for his role in the Watergate scandal.


Mike Deaver: The Washington Post columnist who became one of the first conservative commentators to voice support for the Iraq War in 1991 and later became a key ally of the GOP, who in the late 1990s became a Republican national committeeman and served two terms in Congress.


Jim Crow laws: The Supreme Court decision that effectively legalized segregation in the South, and was a major factor in the rise of the civil rights movement.


James Carville: The liberal former MSNBC

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