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The Time That Ronald Reagan Visited the Set of Star Trek: The Next Generation

Many famous and powerful people used their influence to visit the set of one of the most popular television shows of the 1980s and 90s. In 1991, more than 2 years after he left the White House, Ronald Reagan was among them. 

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Reagan's tour included walking with Gene Roddenberry through a Klingon set and a moment reminiscent of Titian and Emperor Charles V. Like many prominent visitors, Reagan wanted to sit in Captain Picard's chair on the bridge of the Enterprise. But as Patrick Stewart relates in the video above, Reagan took a different approach than most.

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