The New York Times dug into Rep.-elect George Santos’s résumé. He claimed to have attended two colleges that have no record of his enrollment. Santos led a nonprofit that was never registered as a nonprofit and ran a company that has no public footprint. The Times uncovered apparent misrepresentations that went unnoticed before voters. During his opponent’s campaign, Robert Zimmerman sent $22,000 to a dubious nonprofit called Deep Dive Political Research. The nonprofit’s work apparently went unnoticed by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
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