George Santos

“I think truth still matters very much," the serial fabulist declared.
The embattled New York congressman filed a 2024 statement of candidacy with the Federal Election Commission.
In a sworn declaration, Santos' ex-roommate said the Republican taught him how to "skim card information and how to clone cards."
The panel will also review whether Santos was truthful on financial disclosure forms, whether he may have violated conflict-of-interest laws and allegations of sexual misconduct.
Rep. Nick LaLota is among five vulnerable Republicans whom Democrats are already targeting for accepting campaign cash from Santos.
The Tennessee lawmaker said he realized he earned a degree in liberal studies, not international relations, after reviewing his college transcript.
The Republican congressman stated in a 2017 court appearance that he was "an aspiring politician" who worked for the finance giant in New York.
The late-night host slammed the quartet — including Reps. George Santos and Lauren Boebert — who want the AR-15 rifle to receive special status.
The truth-challenged congressman said Josh Lafazan's visit was friendly, but the Nassau County legislator tweeted he led a protest seeking Santos' resignation.
The embattled lawmaker awkwardly navigated a volley of questions about the biggest lies he's been accused of telling.