- Chicago TribuneJul 07 11:31 AM
Forget about Chris Christie and Newt Gingrich. The logical running mate for Donald Trump is former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania. Before Trump entered the race, Santorum was the only Republican presidential candidate who argued that low-skilled immigration reduces wages for American workers....
RICK SANTORUM: Trump speaks up for workers, fami... - The Mercury
- ABC NewsJul 03 06:56 AM
A rush transcript for "This Week" on July, 3 2016.
- CNN MoneyJul 07 09:51 AM
Your pick for U.S. president says a lot about you. And Rick Santorum supporters seemed like a promising place to find FEMA-fearing, apocalyptic doomsday preppers.
- The Sun PressJul 20 02:21 PM
"Number one, he picked Mike Pence as his running mate, and number two, he gave a list of Supreme Court nominees that are rock-solid conservative, rock-solid constitutionalists," Santorum said in an interview with cleveland.com.
Rick Santorum: Donald Trump 'spoke for the Ameri... - The Washington Times
Where Republicans Stand on Donald Trump: A Cheat... - The Atlantic Wire
- ABC NewsJul 15 11:35 AM
The prominent Republican is a former Pennsylvania senator.
- ABC NewsJul 03 09:19 AM
Trump supporter Rick Santorum said he isn't comfortable with what he called a "cozy relationship" between the White House and presumptive Democratic nominee Clinton.
- ABC NewsJul 01 03:19 PM
Brown and Santorum will appear on "This Week" Sunday.
- Denver PostJul 07 04:50 PM
Forget about Chris Christie and Newt Gingrich. The logical running mate for Donald Trump is former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania.
Fox News just suspended Newt Gingrich because he... - Newport Independent
- The Des Moines RegisterJul 20 09:13 AM
The former presidential campaign and frequent Iowa visitor exhorted convention delegates to get behind the new nominee
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- Kitchener - Waterloo RecordJul 20 09:02 AM
Four years before Hillary Clinton became the first woman to mathematically capture a major U.S. political party’s presidential nomination, a staff member on Rick Santorum’s 2012 presidential campaign posed a question in an email that shocked many people: “Is it God’s highest desire, that is, his biblically expressed will ... to have a woman rule the institutions of the family, the church, and ...
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