DANG: What Reagan’s Son Just Said About Trump is SHOCKING the World [VIRAL]

screen-shot-2016-10-04-at-10-00-02-amThis is a bit shocking. Do you agree with Michael Reagan? Michael, at first, did endorse Trump but obviously his opinion has changed. Why isn’t he saying all this stuff about Hillary? You can’t tell us that Ronald Reagan would have voted for Hillary. Nancy, maybe, but not Ronald.

Ronald Reagan’s son Michael voiced his disdain for Donald Trump on Monday in a series of tweets after the Republican nominee accused Hillary Clinton of cheating on her husband.

‘No way do I or would my father support this garbage,’ wrote Michael on Twitter just two days after Trump said he did not believe that Clinton was loyal to her husband during a rally in Pennsylvania..

He later added: ‘I am glad my father is not alive to watch this…He would tell us to vote the down ticket to stop Hillary.’

Bold statement: He said that his father would not have voted for Trump in the upcoming election and that Nancy would have voted for Hillary Clinton

Anger: Michael's comments came after Trump accused Clinton of cheating on her husband Bill while speaking at a rally over the weekend

Michael then closed out his flurry of tweets with a message to members of the Republican party, stating: ‘I think I think more about this country then u kool-aid drinkers..Vote for Trump if you will but stop comparing him to my father..not close.’

Parents: Michael, 71, is the adopted son of Ronald Reagan and his first wife Jane Weyman

Trump told a crowd of his supporters on Saturday: ‘Hillary Clinton’s only loyalty is to her financial contributors and to herself. I don’t even think she’s loyal to Bill, if you want to know the truth.’

He then added: ‘And really, folks, why should she be, why should she be.’

It is the first time there has ever been any mention of Clinton cheating on her philandering husband, who own affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky almost led to his impeachment.

Trump’s comments were criticized by both Democrats and Republicans alike, including Michael who made it very clear that his father would not stand for the tactics being used by the Trump campaign.

‘I can hear my father saying I didnt [sic] leave the Party the Party left me,’ wrote Michael in one tweet.

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