Reagan's daughter: Father couldn't look at modern USA without tears
The 40th President of the United States of America, Ronald Reagan, could not look at the modern United States without tears. This statement was made by the daughter of the former head of state, Patti Davis, in her article in the New York Times. According to her, the country "is mired in a quagmire of anger and in outbursts of hatred."
“My father, Ronald Reagan, would cry for America. I would so much like to ask him about the brink on which we are now teetering, and how America can get out of the quagmire of anger and outbursts of hatred,” the daughter of the former US president said.
In her publication, she asked rhetorically how the state could overcome “murky differences” and “party malice.”
Earlier it became known that more than 80% of Americans believe that current President Joe Biden is too old for another term as head of state.