DETAILS: New Surge of Unaccompanied Minors Crossing Border Into U.S.

YouTube Personality Holds Up 'All Lives Matter' Sign in Black Neighborhood


The son of former President Ronald Reagan is fed up with Donald Trump, declaring that he can no longer support the GOP nominee and that his father would have taken the same position.

Michael Reagan, a Republican, wrote on Twitter Sunday that he's "embarrassed" by Trump, specifically calling out the billionaire for appearing to suggest that Hillary Clinton is not faithful to her husband. 

"Hillary Clinton's only loyalty is to her financial contributors and to herself. I don't even think she's loyal to Bill, if you want to know the truth," Trump said at a rally in Pennsylvania Saturday night.

Calling Trump's statement "garbage," the 71-year-old wrote that his father would have suggested voting for the Republican candidates below Trump on the ticket, but doesn't believe he would have supported the billionaire.

He explained further that he's reached a point with Trump where "I just don't give a [s**t]," and he said that Nancy Reagan would have voted for Clinton. 

The 71-year-old - born to Ronald Reagan and his first wife, Jane Wyman - recalled that Nancy, who passed away in March, was "appalled" by comparisons with Trump's candidacy and her husband's. 

Reagan called on RNC Chairman Reince Priebus to "take a stand" just weeks after Trump was reported to have lost the support of George H.W. Bush. 

The 41st president is said to have told people that he will vote for Hillary Clinton. The daughter of former President George W. Bush was spotted this weekend at a Clinton fundraiser, where she was photographed with Huma Abedin.


MUST-WATCH: Alec Baldwin Debuts Hilarious Trump Parody in 'SNL' Premiere

Mark Cuban: If Trump Loses, His 'Toxic' Brand Will 'Bankrupt' Him

Varney: Trump's Feud With Former Miss Universe Is 'Politically Disastrous'