Patti Davis

Patti Davis warned "the image of a president who has a moral compass" is fading from our collective psyche.
Patti Davis said the president's sense of decency is "nonexistent" in a stinging editorial for The Washington Post.
"There is no defense, no rationalization, no suitable explanation for what my father said on that taped phone conversation," Patti Davis wrote in The Washington Post.
“You stay silent when... Trump speaks of immigrants as if they are trash, rips children from the arms of their parents and puts them in cages,” said Patti Davis.
Patti Davis said her dad would be "horrified" and "heartbroken" by the state of the U.S. and the Republican Party under Trump.
Donald Trump's glib responses to tragedies "are only salt in our wounds," Patti Davis added.
"Your memory snaps photos of the details that will haunt you forever. It blacks out other parts that really don’t matter much," she writes in support of Christine Blasey Ford.
Patti Davis wrote a withering letter to mark the anniversary of her dad's death.
Introduced to the world as the daughter of President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan, Patti Davis has created a legacy of her own as the New York Times bestselling author of eleven books.