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  • Republicans are no longer the party of Reagan

    Republican presidential candidates love to name-drop Ronald Reagan, but when you consider the former president's support of amnesty or his dignified treatment of the Oval Office, the actor-turned-politician is nothing like Republicans today.

Republicans are no longer the party of Reagan

Republican presidential candidates love to name-drop Ronald Reagan, but when you consider the former president's support of amnesty or his dignified treatment of the Oval Office, the actor-turned-politician is nothing like Republicans today.
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