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Joan Quigley, Reagans' White House Astrologer, dies

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From the article: Quigley's own book, the 1990 "What Does Joan Say?: My Seven Years As White House Astrologer to Nancy and Ronald Reagan," countered that characterization.

"I was responsible for timing all press conferences," she said, "most speeches, the State of the Union addresses, the takeoffs and landings of Air Force One. I picked the time of Ronald Reagan's debate with Carter and the two debates with Walter Mondale; all extended trips abroad as well as the shorter trips and one-day excursions."



Note: This is not relevant directly to the JFK assassination but is being posted to show how another president of the U.S. engaged in decision making in contrast to how JFK did.

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