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Campaign 2012

Santorum: Fox News is 'Shilling' for Romney

Rick Santorum accused Fox News of “shilling” for Mitt Romney as voters headed to the polls in Mississippi and Alabama Tuesday, The Hill reported.

Appearing on a radio show with host Brian Kilmeade, who also co-hosts a show on Fox News, Santorum first went after the GOP frontrunner, then the news channel.

 

“He's had a ten-to-one money advantage. He's had all the organizational advantages. He has Fox News shilling for him every day, no offense Brian, but I see it. And yet, he can't seal the deal because he just doesn't have the goods to be able to motivate the Republican base to win this election," Santorum said, according to The Hill.

Kilmeade vigorously disagreed with Santorum’s assertion.

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