UK auction company selling 'Ronald Reagan's blood'
The foundation of former US President Ronald Reagan has expressed outrage after a vial said to have held a sample of his blood was put on sale in an online auction.
UK-based PFC Auctions says the blood was taken from Reagan after the failed 1981 assassination attempt against him.
The PFC website put the latest bid at £7,587 ($12,000) on Tuesday.
John Heubusch is the Executive Director of the Ronald Reagan Foundation, the organisation Mr Reagan founded in order to continue his legacy and share his principles.
BBC Radio 5 live Up All Night's Rhod Sharp asked him what he made of the proposed sale.
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