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Tags: summit | vladimir putin | election meddling | michael reagan

Michael Reagan to Trump: Chill Out and Curb the Ego

(Newsmax TV's "America Talks Live")

By    |   Thursday, 19 July 2018 05:19 PM EDT

If he were alive today, former President Ronald Reagan would have some wise advice for embattled President Donald Trump going forward, his son Michael Reagan told Newsmax TV on Thursday.

"[He'd say] don't take everything so personally, and I think that's Donald Trump's Achilles' heel, he takes everything too personally," Reagan, a veteran political commentator, told Thursday's "America Talks Live." "That's what's going on with Russia, with collusion, with all of these things wrapped up.

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Michael Reagan told Newsmax TV on Thursday, if his father were alive today, former President Ronald Reagan would have some wise advice for embattled President Donald Trump going forward: Lose the ego.
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