Ronald Reagan’s Son Makes Bombshell Presidential Endorsement – Reveals Who His Dad Would Be ‘Appalled’ By

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Ronald Reagan’s son Michael spoke out this week to reveal who he is endorsing for president, and his choice may surprise you.

According to Newsmax, Michael spoke out this week to urge the people of Indiana to vote for Texas Senator Ted Cruz over Donald Trump.

This came after Michael took offense to Trump comparing himself to Reagan, saying his father would be “appalled” by the business mogul. Trump often says that like Reagan, he switched from being a Democrat to being a Republican, but Michael claims their similarities end there.

“Both men did make a switch, but almost all the similarities between the two end there,” Michael wrote. “In fact, Trump still can’t explain his sudden change from being a liberal Democrat. When dad ran in 1980, Trump donated the maximum amount to Jimmy Carter.”

“As The Wall Street Journal reported, Trump also donated to a PAC for Walter Mondale, who ran against dad in 1984,” he continued. “Trump has criticized some candidates for their indiscretions made during their childhood. But what can you say for a grown adult who supported both Carter and Mondale over Ronald Reagan?”

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