NOW Today: The late-night endorsement

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NOW Today: The late-night endorsement
NOW Today: The late-night endorsement
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Rick Santorum has finally endorsed Mitt Romney. But it’s the way in which he did it that has people buzzing this morning.

Late last night, the former Pennsylvania sent a 1106-word long message to his supporters - and he used the phrase “has my endorsement” in reference to Governor Romney 918 words deep.  The length of the email, the delay in saying “endorse” and the time the email was sent (around 11p, give or take) is leading some to wonder whether Santorum, who described his meeting last week with Romney as “candid” and “collegial,” is making the endorsement begrudgingly.

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