Foster Friess, the multi-millionaire financier who supported Rick Santorum's presidential run, referenced guns while describing the campaign against President Obama on Fox Business News Wednesday night.
“There are a lot of things that haven’t been hammered at because Rick and Mitt have been going at each other,” Friess said. “Now that they have trained their barrels on President Obama, I hope his teleprompters are bullet-proof.”
Friess said he regretted the statement afterward.
Friess put around $1.7 million toward a pro-Santorum super PAC and, once Santorum suspended his campaign, said he would support Mitt Romney.