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Ronald Reagan’s Son Went Off On Donald Trump

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter

Ronald Reagan’s son Michael Reagan said he is glad his “father is not alive” to witness what Donald Trump is doing to American politics.

The 71-year-old son of President Ronald Reagan went on an tweet storm Monday, saying that he can’t support the Republican Party if it supports Trump after the candidate suggested Hillary Clinton has cheated on Bill Clinton. (RELATED: Reagan’s Son And Other Conservatives Not Happy About Ferrell Playing Role Of Reagan)

Republican strategist Michael Reagan speaks at a get-out-the-vote rally for U.S. Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle featuring U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) at The Orleans October 29, 2010 in Las Vegas

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“No way do I or would my father support this garbage,” Reagan tweeted. “Trump on Clinton: ‘I don’t even think she’s loyal to Bill’.” (RELATED: Ronald Reagan’s Son Eviscerates Hillary Clinton: ‘What’s NOT Wrong With Her?’)

 

“If the [Republican National Committee] supports this, I can’t support the RNC,” he added. “There is no reason to infer she is cheating on Bill.”

 

“I am glad my father is not alive to watch this…He would tell us to vote the down ticket to stop Hillary,” he continued.

“I am embarrassed by Trump and the applause he receives when inferring she cheats on Bill..Not the Party of Reagan..Someone has to stand up,” he tweeted.