That's Rick Santorum's adviser, John Brabender, telling ABC News about his boss' private meeting with Mitt Romney today.
Here's more on the 90 minute meeting from Shushannah Walshe and Emily Friedman:
“I know there wasn’t a list or talking points,” Brabender said, referring to the agenda of the private meeting. “It was meant to be a casual conversation. It seemed friendly.”
Brabender joked there was “was no screaming, kicking or fighting."
.... The meeting ended just before noon, allowing Romney to make his 12:15 event in O’Hara, a suburb right outside of Pittsburgh.
Now the part that shows how calculated Santorum's hard-to-get routine is.
[Brabender] more seriously noted an endorsement was never expected out of the meeting.
“There was always an expectation it was would take a little bit of time,” Brabender said, referring to the tete a tete.