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People were disturbed when President Donald Trump, at the G7 summit in France, called for next year's summit in the United States to be held in Miami, Florida—at his resort.

Citing the accommodations and its proximity to the airport, Trump suggested multiple times that the summit, which costs hundreds of millions of dollars, occur at the Trump National Doral Miami. This would be a clear violation of the Emoluments clause, which forbids a President from using his platform for profit.

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Pennsylvania's former Republican Senator and political commentator Rick Santorum stunned a CNN panel on Wednesday night with his defense of President Donald Trump's and his associates' lies regarding the Trump camp's relationship with Russia.

Host Anderson Cooper asked Santorum what the explanation for so many lies about Russia could be. His answer is quite something.

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Though most Republican lawmakers have proven eager to defend President Donald Trump's rhetoric and policies, regardless of feasibility or accuracy, one former Republican Senator didn't mince words in his criticism of Trump's State of the Union address on February 5.

Rick Santorum is a devout Republican, as he proved during the 2012 and 2016 Presidential campaigns and during his tenure as a Senator from Pennsylvania. However, during a discussion on CNN, Santorum lampooned Trump's delivery of the address.

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Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) suggested on Sunday that climate scientists are driven by money, following the release of a devastating new report outlining the current and future consequences of unchecked climate change.

The study, which predicted up to a ten percent drop in GDP in coming decades because of climate change, was released on the Friday after Thanksgiving so it would go largely unnoticed by the public.

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On Monday, it was reported that Ivanka Trump sent hundreds of e-mails using a private e-mail address for official government business. As one might expect, people were incredulous, disbelieving that somehow, after the 2016 election, that Ivanka didn't know that that was against government regulations.

Monday night, Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) went on CNN to try to defend the Ivanka's actions, making the case that her use of a private email address was far different from Hillary's, and he was immediately shot down.

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Rick Santorum arrives for a meeting with US President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower December 12, 2016 in New York. (KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images)

Doctors and surgeons slammed former Republican Rick Santorum after he suggested over the weekend that students protesting for gun control legislation would be better served by taking CPR classes and "trying to deal with" active shooter scenarios.

"How about kids instead of looking to someone else to solve their problem, do something about maybe taking CPR classes or trying to deal with situations that when there is a violent shooter that you can actually respond to that," Santorum said on CNN's "State of the Union."

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At a Fox News debate in August, Mike Huckabee claimed that, as President, he would invoke the protections of the 5th and 14th Amendment on behalf of fetuses in order to prevent women from having abortions. Later, at the Family Research Council’s Annual Value Voters Summit in September, Huckabee argued that defunding Planned Parenthood simply does not go far enough. Reinforcing the promise he made in August, Huckabee thundered “[i]t’s called the Fifth Amendment, that says that there will be due process before you deprive a person of life and liberty. As president, we will evoke the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendment. We will protect human life.”

Mike Huckabee. Credit: Source.

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