The House Ethics Committee released its long-awaited investigative report into New York representative George Santos on Thursday. The document puts forward “substantial evidence,” showing that the congressman engaged in a “complex web” of criminal activity, knowingly breaking campaign finance laws.
The committee, under the leadership of Chairman Michael Guest, has voted unanimously to adopt the report.
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