Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum visited a Greenville restaurant Sunday afternoon.

Santorum, a former U.S. senator for Pennsylvania, announced his candidacy Wednesday, joining a growing list of Republican contenders.

7 On Your Side took some of your questions to Santorum. Two things you wanted us to ask him about: ISIS and domestic violence.

“Our planes are dropping bombs like four or five times a day – that’s not a serious war,” he said. “That’s not a serious effort to defeat an enemy that is winning ground, expanding, taking over cities.”

Santorum also said domestic violence, which statistics show is a widespread problem in South Carolina, is connected to welfare. “We create a barrier to marriage, which creates an unstable home, which leads to, over time, domestic violence.”

Santorum is the latest presidential candidate to visit the Upstate. Republican candidates U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Carly Fiorina visited Spartanburg last week.