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Patti Davis, Daughter Of Nancy Reagan, Says Her Mother Supports Gay Marriage
Ronald Reagan Gay Marriage: Daughter Says He Would Have Supported Equality | bookishblurb.com
Ronald Reagan's son may just expressed his fervent opposition to same-sex marriage in an editorial, but his sister has a much different view. So, evidently, would his father. Reagan's daughter Patti Davis, 60, tells The New York Times that her father -- who had a checkered history with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT community during his presidency -- would have supported marriage equality and "been puzzled" by the opposition to same-sex marriage. What to expect from Kelly Clarkson's new show. Ron Burgundy stops by every late night show. Princess Charlotte sticks out her tongue at race. Fun facts about Shawn Mendes for his 21st birthday.
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Patti Davis, the daughter of former President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan, made headlines two weeks ago when she said her father would have backed same-sex marriage. Now, in a new interview, she says that her mother, who rarely speaks on public policy issues, supports marriage equality. This is just horrific. Our father would in no way tolerate that kind of ugly talk and that kind of hateful speech. Davis noted that Michael Reagan lived with her and her parents while gay friends and family members were present and were accepted by the former president and first lady, and thus she believes her brother knows that her father privately supported gay people.
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