September 17, 2014
WASHINGTON (AP) - The once and perhaps future presidential candidate Rick Santorum has lots of policy ideas for fellow Republicans seeking public office.
He's just not sure he'll be one of those hopefuls ever again.
The former Pennsylvania senator tells The Associated Press that he's enjoying his second career as a movie studio executive.
He also says in an interview ahead of publication of his latest book that his party will struggle for victories unless GOP candidates offer policies that would help working Americans.
Santorum isn't ruling out a 2016 presidential run. But he says he can help shape his party's future from offstage.
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