RATHER’S SUPPRESSION: THE REAL SENATOR CAN BE DREAMED TO THE PRESIDENT AND THE HOUSE OF DEPENDENCE
Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah told GOP Rep. George Santos of New York: “You don’t belong here,” according to a member who witnessed the tense exchange in the House of Representatives chamber Tuesday night.
Romney told CNN he criticized the senator for standing in the aisle to shake hands with the president because he was under an ethics investigation.
“He should be sitting in the back row and staying quiet instead of parading in front of the president and people coming into the room,” Romney told reporters.
A man was caught lying about his schools, employment and family background. He has said that he made more than $700,000 in loans to his campaign, but some have questioned whether that’s true.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has so far not called on Santos to resign, but Santos has voluntarily stepped down from two House committees even though McCarthy and his allies initially awarded him the spots.
He claims that he embellished his record. Look, embellishing is saying you got an A when you got an A-,” the senator said. He shouldn’t be in Congress because you graduated from a school that you didn’t attend.
They will go through the process and hopefully get him out. He shouldn’t be there and if he had shame, he wouldn’t be there.
The story of a congressman who had an affair with a friend and a colleague: some comments from Sen. Sinema when she meets Romney
A United States senator caught a New York Representative lying about major parts of his life story.
The House Republican claimed that he got some encouragement from Sen. Sinema after his tense encounter with Romney.
The senator from Arizona said something to the effect of hanging in there buddy while she was walking by.