On the brink of Super Tuesday, GOP presidential candidates were pushing to the finish line.
Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul took different angles and approaches to their campaign strategies. Gingrich and Santorum both strategically lashed out at Romney, the current leader in the GOP race.
Monday, in an interview on CNN’s “Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien,” Gingrich took a dig at Romney, saying, “He can’t close the deal. And he can’t close the deal in part because people inherently don’t trust what he’s saying and think that he isn’t always very candid with them. And sometimes frankly isn’t straight,”
Santorum’s dig at Romney was not as much a character assassination as it was a jab at his biggest contender.
“He would be the weakest candidate we could possibly put forward on the most important issue of today,” said Santorum at a campaign event in Ohio.
Just in just the previous week, each of the GOP candidates’ camps released new ads, bashing, berating, and beating up on their competition. But how did they all fair on Super Tuesday?
We’ll take a look in the posts to come.