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Reagan still Republicans' reference point for White House seekers

Late US president Ronald Reagan salutes as he tells a joke during his address to the leadership of the American Legion, February 1987 at the White House in Washington, DCBarack Obama is weak and Ronald Reagan exuded power, Republicans say. Reagan is the most admired Republican leader of the post-Second World War period. According to pollster Gallup, 61 percent of respondents in 2013 rated him as outstanding or above average, behind only Democrat John F. Kennedy who received 74 percent. “Ronald Reagan was… arguably one of the best presidents for foreign policy,” opined Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker who is exploring a White House run.

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