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CNN’s Rick Santorum apologizes for use of profanity on-air

CNN senior political commentator Rick Santorum has issued an apology for using profanity while on a panel discussion this morning on New Day. The former U.S. Senator and 2016 presidential candidate was defending Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, saying that it was “bullshit” to imply he didn’t remember sexually assaulting Christine Blasey Ford due to blacking out.

He said there were “no excuses” for his profane language, but that he stood by the substance of what he was arguing.


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5 Comments on CNN’s Rick Santorum apologizes for use of profanity on-air

  1. Shame, because it was. (what da man said)

  2. Mary Trimmer // October 4, 2018 at 7:10 pm // Reply

    Why do you even allow Rick Santorum to appear? The people of PA drummed him out of office for dishonorable things… such as billing PA while his kids were living in Virginia while engaged in cyber education.

  3. Agreed – CNN, please take Rick Santorum OFF THE AIR! He makes no intelligent contribution to conversations as he is so insanely biased, thus his profane outburst. OFF THE AIR, please!

  4. Ha, Mary & Elegia – Because Rick Santorum drives you nuts is exactly why CNN have him in their programming. He totally annoys me as well, his role is to be the unreasonable, righteous prat on the panels – CNN must think it makes good television. Cable News is like any commercial business, they are looking for an audience reaction – Santorum is there so we can all think what a jerk he is. What I wonder is why he allows himself to be used this way – he is either clueless or just needs the job.

    • No need to have him offering a different view. People that watch CNN don’t want that anyway. They just want to listen to hate-Trump talkers 7×24. Shame to interrupt that.

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