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Sunday, November 19, 2017

That state, along with Arizona, holds its primary Tuesday, and with polls showing the former Massachusetts governor once again on the upswing, Santorum is expressing frustration at what has become a pattern of Paul savaging him at debates, in television ads, and on the stump — and leaving Romney well alone.

“The coordination that I felt at that debate the other night was pretty clear,” Santorum said. “I felt like the messages were being slipped behind my chair.”

The most cynical observers — and Santorum himself — have suggested some kind of deal was cut between Paul and Romney. Clearly, Paul was not happy at the way his campaign fizzed out in 2008, and at least wants a speaking slot at the convention this time. He’s also looking out for his son, Rand, who some are speculating could be Romney’s vice-presidential candidate. The younger Paul said it would be an “honor” to be considered.

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