People continue to pay their respects to former First Lady Nancy Reagan.

FOX's Jessica Rosenthal is live at the Reagan Library:

The people who came to say goodbye to Nancy Reagan had different reasons, but they all agreed they wanted to do it out of respect:

(Man) "My great grandfather, he used to be a gardener for Ronald Reagan and he knew him really well. So I want to pay her my respects because he was really well to my family and all that."

One man said he found out what conservatism was because of Ronald Reagan and has been at the library here several times since it opened. He says it gives him peace of mind:

(Man) "Because I can think I can feel I am wanted somewhere other than being looked upon as nothing. The people we got running the government, they don't give a darn."

The public will get a chance to pay respects Thursday as well between 10a.m. and 2p.m. here.

At the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News.

 

(AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, Pool)
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