George Santos Survives Expulsion Vote, Will Remain In Congress

George Santos, the twice-indicted Congress member who previously admitted to parlaying a fabricated life story into a seat on Capitol Hill, will remain in Congress, as the resolution introduced by Rep. Anthony D’Esposito to expel Santos was voted down. 

With a new speaker in place and previous party chaos quelled for now, Santos’ fellow New York Republican colleagues — including Long Island’s Nick LaLota and Anthony D’Esposito, as well as Hudson Valley rep Mike Lawler — moved to oust Santos. But it was not to be.