George Santos Pleads Not Guilty To New Fraud Indictment

U.S. Rep. George Santos was arraigned Friday on a revised indictment accusing him of several frauds, including making tens of thousands of dollars in unauthorized charges on credit cards belonging to some of his campaign donors. He pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The New York Republican appeared at a courthouse on Long Island early Friday to enter his not guilty plea to the new allegations. He has also pleaded not guilty to other charges, first filed in May, accusing him of lying to Congress about his wealth, applying for and receiving unemployment benefits, even though he had a job, and using campaign contributions to pay for personal expenses like designer clothing.