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In the April 24, 2009 issue of The Christian Science Monitor, comes an article about Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan when they were attending the 1985 Lake Geneva Summit.  In the article written by Jimmy Orr, Gorbachev and Reagan’s Secretary of State George Schultz were interviewed by Charlie Rose. Rose covered a number of topics relating to the Summit conference that occurred 24-years earlier. The two leaders struck up an unexpected personal relationship during the Summit and had private talks in a local cabin.
According to the Monitorthe following conversation took place:

​Schultz: “I wasn’t there . . .” [Gorbachev then interrupted unexpectedly]

Gorbachev: “From the fireside house, President Reagan suddenly said to me, ‘What would you do if the United States were suddenly attacked by someone from outer space?  Would you help?’  I said, ‘No doubt about it.’  He said, ‘We too.’  So, that’s interesting,”  [Gorbachev wholeheartedly laughs.]  “I’m sorry for having interrupted you, but it was an interesting moment.”


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