Michael Reagan, son of 40th President Ronald Reagan, is callingLee Daniels' The Butler a "bunch of lies."
The film, which purports to reflect the true story of a black butler who worked in eight presidential administrations, has already been shredded by Reagan historians for incorrectly painting the conservative icon as racially insensitive.
The inspiration for the film, Eugene Allen, appeared to have no malice toward the Reagans given his statements and choice of wall decor. The real Allen proudly displayed a photograph of the Reagans in his living room.
Now, it's the president's son's turn to shred the film's narrative.
Reagan lashes out at The Butler for distorting so much of Allen's life for cheap dramatic effect but saves plenty of energy for attacking its dishonest portrayal of his father.