President Ronald Reagan and Mrs. Reagan wave from Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base in evening on Sep. 8, 1986 as they return to Washington. 
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Social media reacts to Nancy Reagan’s death

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Former First Lady Nancy Reagan died Sunday morning at the age of 94, according to a spokeswoman with the Reagan Library. 

The cause of death was congestive heart failure, and Reagan will be buried next to her husband, former President Ronald Reagan, at his presidential library in Simi Valley, California, representative Joanne Drake wrote in a statement.

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“It is a very sad day,” Ken Duberstein, Ronald Reagan’s former chief of staff, told NBC News.

Politicians and public figures took to social media to react as the news broke, sharing remembrances of Nancy Reagan, offering condolences to the Reagan family and honoring her legacy.

 

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Social media reacts to Nancy Reagan's death

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