Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) speaks with reporters after a vote on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2023, in Washington, DC.
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The Republican chairman of the House Ethics Committee on Friday filed a resolution to expel Rep. George Santos from Congress in the wake of a damning report alleging the scandal-plagued GOP freshman committed campaign fraud and theft.
Ethics Chairman Michael Guest, R-Miss., said that the evidence uncovered through the committee’s investigation of Santos “is more than sufficient to warrant punishment.”
“The most appropriate punishment, is expulsion,” Guest said in a statement.
“So, separate from the Committee process and my role as Chairman, I have filed an expulsion resolution,” he said.
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