Ronald Reagan


Who was his vice president?

Reagan chose as his vice president his former rival from the primaries, George H. W. Bush, who served as his second-in-command for all eight years. Reagan initially considered former president Gerald Ford as his running mate, but Ford wanted an arrangement similar to a co-presidency. Bush loyally served as Reagan’s vice president and then later became Reagan’s ultimate successor.


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