WASHINGTON, October 21, 2003 ( – An upcoming CBS film made for television presents former President Ronald Reagan as cold-hearted and ruthless.  Drudge report revealed in a shocker today that in one scene former First Lady Nancy Reagan is portrayed pleading with the President to help people battling AIDS. The film character playing Reagan says resolutely, “They that live in sin shall die in sin” and refuses to discuss the issue further. The show’s writer’s admit the dialogue never happened.  Drudge also reveals that the film’s producers, Zadan and Meron, acknowledge their liberal politics, as do the stars of the television movie, James Brolin and Judy Davis.  “The film depicts Nancy Reagan as a pill-popping control addict, who set the president’s schedule based on her astrologer’s advice and who had significant influence over White House personnel and policy decisions,” reports Drudge.  See the Drudge Report at:


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