Michael Reagan Rejects Charge That His Father Had Alzheimer’s While In Office

Michael Reagan rejected his half-brother’s charge that their father Ronald Reagan had Alzheimer’s while in office .
FOX Nation reported:

USA Today reports…In a new book — and an interview on ABC’s 20/20 — President Ronald Reagan’s son says he saw evidence of his father’s Alzheimer’s disease back during his years in the White House. “There was just something that was off, I couldn’t quite put my finger on it,” Ron Reagan said in 20/20 interview airing Friday night. The younger Reagan said his father often didn’t seem sharp during their political debates. At another point, Ron Reagan saw his father read from not[e] cards as he made phone calls. “It wasn’t like oh my God he doesn’t remember he’s President,” Reagan said. “You know, it was just — I had an inkling something was going on.”

Michael Reagan released the following statement to FoxNation.com: “Ron was an embarrassment to his father when he was alive and today he became an embarrassment to his mother.”

Ron Reagan Jr. has made a career for himself attacking his father and his father’s policies.
What a disappointment.

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