Trust But Verify Paperweight-Honors Ronald Reagan
A Great Approach to Many of Life's Situations!!
"Trust, but Verify" was a signature phrase of Ronald Reagan. He frequently used used it in public (although he was not the first person known to use it). When Reagan used this phrase, he was usually discussing relations with the Soviet Union and he almost always presented it as a translation of the Russian proverb "doveriai, no proveriai" (Russian: Доверяй, но проверяй). At the signing of the INF Treaty he used it again and his counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev responded: "You repeat this phrase every time we meet." The phrase has also been attributed to U.S. journalist and fiction writer Damon Runyon, 1884-1947.
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On the edge is engraved Ronald Reagan 1911-2004.
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