(Missourinet) New York Congressman George Santos survived a bid to earlier this month expel him from Congress.
Santos has been accused of lying multiple times to voters about his life story, stealing from donors, and taking improper unemployment benefits.
Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer, who voted not to expel him, said other New York Republicans were pressured into sponsoring that measure.
Luetkemeyer thought it was premature.
Luetkemeyer says this should come after a criminal conviction or a recommendation from the Ethics Committee.