Ronald Reagan’s daughter expresses surprise at father’s racists comment in leaked tape

Ronald Reagan’s daughter expresses surprise at father’s racists comment in leaked tape

- Former USA president, Ronald Reagan's daughter has condemned his remarks about African after it became public when the tape was leaked

- Patti Davis explained that her family always openly addressed issues of racism and bigotry and she is therefore surprised

- She added that if her father was alive when the tape became public, he would have apologised

Patti Davis, daughter of former United States of America (USA) president, Ronald Reagan, has reacted to the leaked tape which captured racist remarks attributed to her father.

According to her, the comment passed by her father about Africans made her cry.

Per a report by, she added that the comments are strange as she never knew her father as a racist.

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Davis further noted that bigotry and racism were openly addressed in their home.

Her comments come after a leaked tape reportedly revealed that Reagan, then governor of Carlifornia, passed racist comments in the course of a discussion with then president, Richard Nixon.

Davis adds that if her father would have asked for forgiveness if he was alive during the emergence of the tape.

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The main suspect in the case, Samuel Odeoutuk Willis, reportedly lived in the uncompleted building.

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