Rep. George Santos expelled from Congress for corruption, cutting GOP majority
The House voted Friday to expel Rep. George Santos from Congress for his alleged finance crimes and his campaign lies, shrinking the GOP’s already slim majority.
Lawmakers voted 311-114 to oust the New York Republican. The measure required the support of two-thirds of the chamber to pass. Two members voted present.
Santos is the sixth House member in U.S. history to be booted from Congress, and the third since the Civil War.
The removal of Santos lowers the number of House Republicans to 221, with 213 Democrats. This makes it...