Rick Santorum: Hillary Clinton is a 'deceitful, horrible human'

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Two-time Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum shared some harsh words about Hillary Clinton in a recent interview with conservative radio talk show host Laura Ingraham.

BuzzFeed News quotes him as saying, "It's incredible to hear this deceitful, horrible human being of Hillary Clinton out there talking about being a uniter."

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1. He is the father to seven living children (one son died shortly after birth).

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2. Their eighth child Isabella was diagnosed with Edwards syndrome, which is a very serious genetic disorder. She was given a 10 percent chance of survival past one year, but she is now seven years old.

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3. Santorum is an avid fantasy baseball player.

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4. According to a BuzzFeed reporter who followed him on a campaign in Iowa, Santorum travels around in a Ram 1500.

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5. His father was an Italian immigrant.

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6. Santorum was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity during his time at Penn State, and graduated with honors.

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7. His nickname growing up was “Rooster” because he had a cowlick and was known for strong opinions.

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8. He ran for president in 2012, but withdrew when his daughter was hospitalized. He would have been first runner up to Mitt Romney.

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9. He is the CEO of EchoLight Studios, a production company that makes Christian films.

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10. Once paid $25,000 to have his daughter Bella airlifted from one hospital to another.

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These comments echo an op-ed he wrote for the website Conservative HQ where he calls her time as Secretary of State "a disaster."

In the piece, Santorum predicts that if she wins the presidency, her Supreme Court picks would cause the country to become "...another godless autocratic European socialist state devoid of religious liberty or value..."

He goes on to express his support for the GOP nominee which he reiterated on Ingraham's show, telling her, "Donald Trump has the message out there that actually is a message that can unite, particularly on the economy."

The two also talked about the Republicans who have not joined the Trump bandwagon, criticizing them for not looking past his personal flaws.

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