Charlotte Alter @charlottealter
Nov. 10, 2014
Margaret Thatcher Meets With Ronald Reagan In London In 1978 Margaret Thatcher the Head Of The British Conservative Party meets with President Ronald Reagan at The Chamber Of Communes In London on Nov. 28, 1978. Gamma-Keystone/Getty Images
According to a newly published phone conversation between the leaders
Ronald Reagan apologized to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher for invading Grenada in 1983 without consulting her, according to a newly published conversation between the world leaders.
“I’m sorry for any embarrassment that we caused you,” Ronald Reagan Apologized to Margaret Thatcher for Grenada Invasion
Why did Reagan apologize to the SS?
The New York Post accused President Obama of implicitly apologizing for the Hiroshima bombing by sending the U.S. ambassador to Japan to an event memorializing the world's first atomic bomb attack. But by this standard, President Ronald Reagan apologized to the SS when he laid a wreath at a cemetery in Bitburg, Germany, where SS members were buried.
The Times reported that, after commemorating the dead at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Reagan visited the Kolmeshohe Cemetery at Bitburg. He also visited a U.S. air base and said: "We who were enemies are now friends. ... We who were bitter adversaries are now the strongest of allies. ... In the place of fear we have sown trust, and out of the ruins of war has blossomed an enduring peace." Why did Reagan apologize to the SS? | Blog | Media Matters for America
I don't remember Reagan (your avatar) apologizing for signing into law the legalization of abortion in California, resulting in millions of abortions...
Bread and circuses.