REAGAN’s SON WON’T SUPPORT TRUMP

Michael Reagan, son of the late Ronald Reagan, is out with a new book and so he’s making the media rounds like all booksellers do. One of his stops was with the Wall Street Journal this weekend.

The eldest son of President Reagan told the WSJ he does not plan to vote in this year’s presidential election. He will not vote for Trump or Hillary Clinton.

According to Newsmax, Michael Reagan endorsed Ohio Gov. John Kasich for the GOP nomination. However, with Kasich dropping out and Donald Trump the presumptive nominee, Reagan tweeted: “The Republican Party is no longer the Party of Reagan.” It is “now the Party of Trump.”

Reagan told the WSJ that Trump has violated his father’s “11th commandment” not to speak ill of any fellow Republican. However, he made no mention of how the other Republicans slammed on Trump.

Here’s a bold prediction: turning his back on Trump won’t help sell many books.







 

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