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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former President Ronald Reagan, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease five years after leaving office, showed signs of the condition while still in the White House, his son says in a new memoir.
In the book, "My Father at 100, a Memoir," Ron Reagan writes he had an inkling of trouble three years into his father's first term.
Later, watching his father debate 1984 Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale, "I began to experience the nausea of a bad dream coming true," Ron Reagan wrote.