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Ronald Reagan's son slams Trump in series of tweets

In the primaries, the needed majority of voters decided that Donald Trump is the candidate that best represents the goals and beliefs of today's Republican Party. Ronald Reagan's son Michael does not seem to agree at all, and, in a stream of Sunday night tweets set off by Trump's comments about Hillary Clinton's marriage, made his position on the matter abundantly clear.
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