“I don’t think he would... and I don’t see how he would want to be in it,” she told CNN’蝉 Jim Acosta on Sunday. “It’蝉 so diametrically opposed to what he believed and to the dignity that he felt that people in government should have.”
“My father would be appalled at this,” she said. “This is not a bar. This is in the Senate chambers.”
She added that she believed her father would be saddened by the state of the nation as a whole.
“I think that he would be heartbroken and horrified about where America is and how mired we are in anger, in violence, in disrespect for one another,” she said. “I think he would heartbroken, and I think he would be scared.”
Davis was estranged from her father for a number of years, including during his presidency when she protested some of his policies. She painted an unflattering portrait of both her father and mother, Nancy Reagan, in a 1992 autobiography.
See her full interview with Acosta below: