Ron Reagan, the son of former President Ronald Reagan, said that President Trump is "dragging" the presidency "through the gutter" with his comments toward women.

Reagan was discussing Trump's recent tweet slamming former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman as "a dog."

"Donald Trump does not appreciate or grasp the grandeur of the dignity of the office that he holds," the former first son said on MSNBC.


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Reagan said that he doesn't believe that "any other president" would act like Trump does.

"He is dragging that dignity and that grandeur through the gutter because that's who he is," Reagan said, calling the president an "imbecilic sociopath."

The explosive claims from the former "Apprentice" star have made headlines in recent weeks, including her explosive allegation that a tape exists of President Trump saying the "N-word" on the set of the NBC reality show.

Magician Penn Jillette, a former contestant on the show, recalled this week that Trump used "racially insensitive" language that made him "uncomfortable."

However, Trump tweeted this week that "Survivor" creator Mark Burnett, who worked with Trump on "The Apprentice," denied the existence of any such tape mentioned by Manigault Newman and alluded to by Jillette.


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