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Speaking on a radio program Sunday, Michael Reagan suggested his father might be in the #NeverTrump camp were he alive today.
"At best, [President Reagan] would be confused by Donald Trump and the way he's running the campaign," Reagan said. "I don't think he'd be appreciative of the demeaning style of Donald Trump — the way he's treated the other candidates — because my father knew that at the end of the day he had to bring everyone together to win an election."
For his part, Trump has expressed admiration for the former president — admiration, of course, that takes a back seat to his admiration of himself. "Ronald Reagan, he didn't read the Bible every day, seven days a week," Trump said in January. "But, he was a great president. And he was a great president for Christianity. And frankly, I would say that I would be a far better leader."
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