Another time, Reagan told the prime minister of Israel that he'd been part of the liberation of a concentration camp, when in reality he'd only seen film of the event. (His military service never even took him outside the U.S., thanks to his poor eyesight.) But no biggie! It was only lying about the Holocaust. To the Israeli prime minister.
Reagan even lied about how good of a liar he was. At a Baseball Hall of Fame luncheon, he recalled the time he was working as a baseball broadcaster and the wire relaying him the events of the game stopped working, so he improvised a bunch of imaginary plays until the problem was fixed. Of course, by "baseball" he meant "football," and by "himself" he meant "Walter Cronkite," who'd recently told him that story.