USA Today reports...In a new book -- and an interview on ABC's 20/20 -- President Ronald Reagan's son says he saw evidence of his father's Alzheimer's disease back during his years in the White House. "There was just something that was off, I couldn't quite put my finger on it," Ron Reagan said in 20/20 interview airing Friday night. The younger Reagan said his father often didn't seem sharp during their political debates. At another point, Ron Reagan saw his father read from not cards as he made phone calls. "It wasn't like oh my God he doesn't remember he's President," Reagan said. "You know, it was just -- I had an inkling something was going on."The problem is, there's plenty of evidence to refute the dancer's claims.
Michael Reagan, the adopted son of the 40th President, said the following.
"Ron was an embarrassment to his father when he was alive and today he became an embarrassment to his mother."For the record, I always thought Michael was more of a Reagan than either of the two spoiled brats--Ron Jr. & Patty.