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Rick Santorum is as a good compromise in the U.S.

LEXINGTON (Reuters) – On Friday the candidate for the Republican nomination for the U.S. presidential election in November, Rick Santorum, appeared to be a good compromise between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, who are favorites for the primary key which is held in South Carolina on Saturday.

“You have a candidate who is a bit too radioactive a little too hot,” he told a crowd gathered to Santorum in Lexington, a reference to Gingrich, former Speaker of the House of Representatives. “What he says and what it does, the position he takes and the comments he does is too much for that candidate.”

As for Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts, it is “cold”, without “ambitious plans,” said Rick Santorum, who won the Iowa caucuses on 3 January.

Author of a poor score on the lands of the moderate New Hampshire, whose primary was won by Mitt Romney, the former senator from Pennsylvania put on a good result in South Carolina to revive his campaign on Saturday.

According to a poll Reuters / Ipsos released Thursday, Santorum is in third place of the vote in South Carolina behind Romney and Gingrich.

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