Republican strategist Michael Reagan complains to Newsmax that there has been more focus on the David Petraeus sex scandal than on the administration’s handling of the terrorist attack in Benghazi that cost the lives of four Americans.The elder son of President Ronald Reagan also says the Republican Party needs to convey a “message of inclusion” to minority voters and “be inspiring to people” or it will continue to lose at the polls.
Reagan is a former talk radio host, a best-selling author, a frequent Newsmax contributor, and the current chairman and president of the Reagan Legacy Foundation.In an exclusive interview with Newsmax TV on Friday, Reagan has some choice — and somewhat tongue-in-cheek — comments on the scandal over former CIA Director Petraeus’ affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell.“I don’t think people are surprised that generals are having sex with people. I just don’t,” he says.“I mean, we’re covering the sexcapades of Gen. Petraeus more than we’re covering Libya and Benghazi where we have people actually dead.
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