"It has to do with our trust in the government. And that trust is being eroded — at the worst possible time," Patti Davis wrote in a Sunday op-ed.
The president would be wise to follow the Gipper's lead.
Although the RNC agreed to stop the fundraising, a Reagan Foundation spokesperson said they may still get lawyers involved.
In an election like this one, the only bar a challenger needs to clear is "acceptable".
On Memorial Day, we remember those who have given their lives in service of their country.
Did Sanders' campaign fail or succeed? Expanded health care, a higher minimum wage, free college: His ideas may have outgrown the need for Sanders himself and his purist approach.
The economic impact of the pandemic will long outlast the public health crisis—but we can already start planting the seeds of future recovery and even prosperity. Here's how.
The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project's goal is to get something—anything—named for Reagan in each of the more than 3,100 U.S. counties. Obama? Well, there are some schools and a shaved ice treat. Here's why.
Former solicitor general under Reagan and Harvard Law Professor Charles Fried blasts President Trump and William Barr, saying of Barr, "You lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas. His reputation is gone."
An Economist/YouGov poll asked, "Which Republican president was better?"
After all these years, liberals are still clinging to the theory that power should be concentrated within the government.
But Reagan's speechwriter Peggy Noonan concluded also wrote that a "full-blown" trial on impeachment charges "with an election in less than a year, will seem absurd to all but diehards and do the country no good."
The library's executive director said the parking lot, which is cleared of vegetation, could also protect the library from the fire.
George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband, mocked Trump's tweet Wednesday morning, comparing Trump's claims about military aid in Ukraine to HBO's The Sopranos.
John Podhoretz said Taylor's 15-page written statement detailed "absolutely" impeachable conduct by the president.
Meese spent most of his political career working with Reagan.
"We were devoted to the Constitution," Linda Chavez said. "And what I see happening now is people who are absolutely abrogating their duty.
Peter Wehner says he feared for U.S. president's mental state even before he took office.
I'm an immigration lawyer, former military and a life-long Republican. But Trump may have changed the party's DNA beyond repair.
A recording from 1971 has emerged with the future U.S. president making a racial slur.
The correlation between the 40th and 45th U.S. presidents, especially on foreign policy, is deliberate and systematic, not simply coincidental.
Reagan was a "decent and honorable man," George Conway tweeted. "We could use a decent and honorable person in the presidency today."
"I'm so amused by people who come up to me and say: 'You used to be a Republican and I used to support your views,'" Joe Scarborough said. "I say: 'Well, my views haven't changed."
Former Reagan economist and 'Trumponomics' author Arthur Laffer ridiculed Americans with student loan debt and blamed the 2007 Great Recession on Barack Obama, who didn't begin his presidential term until January 2009.
Dick Cheney pressed Mike Pence on several of the Trump administration's foreign policy decisions, including the president's hardline approach toward America's NATO allies and his decision to withdraw troops from Syria.
"They forgot that he educated their kids, gave their kids health care, totally transformed the society," Bernie Sanders said in the 1985 interview.
Trump's approval rating stands at 40 percent, up from a recent dip to 37 percent in January amid the longest government shutdown in the country's history.