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Amidst Rick Santorum's impressive performance in Tuesday's caucuses, Piers Morgan welcomed a host of political insiders to offer their perspective on the "Santorum Sweep".
While impressed with Santorum's wins in Colorado, Missouri, and Minnesota, Catherine Crier suggested his future may be in another office. "Not at all to rain on Rick's parade, but I think the biggest conversation coming out of this may well be that he is at the forefront as a V.P. candidate and might well be a real match for Romney."
But the television personality and author did contend that the race isn't over: "This is not in the bag for Romney. There is a very, very long way to go."
Lynn Forester de Rothschild also joined "Piers Morgan Tonight" Tuesday, adding some insight into Santorum's new place within the race: "I think we should be pleased for Rick Santorum. He's such a nice, earnest man. It's his time in the sunlight," said Forester. "There have been so many non-Mitt candidiates. It sort of seems like this is probably his turn."
However, the C.E.O. and financial insider is using history to predict the future: "John McCain lost 13 primaries out of 23 after he won Floirda. So you kind of have to bet it' still going to be Romney's, but Santorum does change the dialogue."