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Reagan's would-be assassin could be released from a psychiatric hospital to live with his mother in Virginia.

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  1. The day Reagan was shot

  2. President Ronald Reagan waves to the group promptly before being shot outside the Washington Hilton Hotel on March 30, 1981. Affability Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  3. White House Press Secretary James Brady and District of Columbia cop Thomas Delahanty lie injured on the ground after John Hinckley Jr. discharged six shots at President Reagan. Affability Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  4. White House Press Secretary James Brady and District of Columbia cop Thomas Delahanty lie injured on the ground after John Hinckley Jr. discharged six shots at President Reagan. Affability Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  5. White House Press Secretary James Brady and District of Columbia cop Thomas Delahanty lie injured on the ground after John Hinckley Jr. discharged six shots at President Reagan. Affability Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  6. White House Press Secretary James Brady and District of Columbia cop Thomas Delahanty lie injured on the ground after John Hinckley Jr. discharged six shots at President Reagan. Graciousness Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  7. White House Press Secretary James Brady and District of Columbia cop Thomas Delahanty lie injured on the ground after John Hinckley Jr. discharged six shots at President Reagan. Graciousness Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  8. White House Press Secretary James Brady and District of Columbia cop Thomas Delahanty lie injured on the ground after John Hinckley Jr. discharged six shots at President Reagan. Graciousness Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  9. White House Press Secretary James Brady and District of Columbia cop Thomas Delahanty lie injured on the ground after John Hinckley Jr. discharged six shots at President Reagan. Graciousness Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  10. White House Press Secretary James Brady and District of Columbia cop Thomas Delahanty lie injured on the ground after John Hinckley Jr. discharged six shots at President Reagan. Civility Reagan Library/Handout through REUTERS

  11. Secret administration operators and police encompass John Hinckley Jr. Civility Reagan Library/Handout through REUTERS

  12. White House ranking staff hold a crisis meeting on the death endeavor in the circumstance room. From left to right: Helene Von Damm, Fred Fielding, Drew Lewis, Richard Allen, Don Regan, Alexander Haig, David Gergen, Max Friedersdorf, Larry Speakes, Richard Darman and Caspar Weinberger. Cordiality Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  13. Secretary of State Alexander Haig talks in the White House Press Room about President Reagan's condition. Cordiality Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  14. President Reagan takes a gander at a "Get Well Soon Mr. President" photograph while recouping at George Washington Hospital, April 8, 1981. Cordiality Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  15. President Reagan conversing with James Baker and Senator Laxalt while recouping at George Washington Hospital, April 8, 1981. Cordiality Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS

  16. President Reagan leaving George Washington Hospital escorted by Nancy Reagan and girl Patti Davis, April 11, 1981. Kindness Reagan Library/Handout through REUTERS

  17. President Reagan returning home to the White House. Affability Reagan Library/Handout through REUTERS

  18. President Reagan working in his study four days in the wake of returning. Kindness Reagan Library/Handout through REUTERS

  19. President Reagan goes to his first bureau meeting subsequent to returning. From left to right: James Watt, Alexander Haig, Martin Anderson, President Reagan, Frank Carlucci, Joseph Wright. Civility Reagan Library/Handout by means of REUTERS