Remembering Nancy Reagan

The former first lady, 94, passed away in her Bel Air, California, home.
2:29 | 03/07/16

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Begin tonight with a nation remembering a First Lady Nancy Reagan of course the wife in confidant of president Ronald Reagan dying today in her home in Bel Air California. She will have a lasting legacy as First Lady fiercely loyal to her husband. Wielding her influence behind the scenes in the White House even during press conferences don't help the president. Americans remembering so many moments in her later years that poignant moment after the death of her husband saying her last goodbye before he was laid to rest. President Obama today praising her for becoming a voice for millions of families living through the pain of alzheimer's. After the death of Ronald Reagan. California governor Jerry Brown tonight ordering flags at half staff and in a moment here. Barbara Walters joins me how Nancy Reagan was in her final year and behind the scenes in the Reagan White House the Reagan marriage. But we begin tonight would ABC's back up and that the Reagan presidential library in California. Nancy Reagan died. At her Los Angeles home Sunday morning. A family spokesman said port failure was the cause. She remains brought in stylish to the very hit even raining erect her 94 birthday party last summer. Her stepson Michael Reagan tweeting earlier that she's where she always wanted to be with her wrong. Tonight condolences pouring it fellow First Lady Barbara Bush writing we take comfort that they will be re ignite it once more. Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. She was what if the greatest first ladies. Extraordinary human being. Well wishers dropped off flowers those close to her pulling into the family estate Sunday to pay respects followed by that hurts. The reagans have been living in this state three quarter of his century. And it's also hear that in 2004. Ronald Reagan Dunn. She was as devoted to hit in yet as in his life. It was at his grave site that this iconic image was taken the First Lady kissing the coffin pressing her cheek against it and lingering there. Year after year visiting that grave site and on the tenth anniversary of his passing into what he fourteen scene in that wheelchair. And back up and joins us now tonight outside the Reagan library and Nancy Reagan we bury their alongside her beloved husband. That's right David and funeral preparations have already begun here. This was a very special place for Nancy Reagan a place where I'm told she'd come to pray and to meditate always knowing that one day. She joined the manager whom she'd been so devoted all those decades. Dated back up and leaving us off tonight back thank you.

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