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That seems to be the red line for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), anyway.

And at the very top of the list of Santos’s legal liabilities are the questions surrounding how a guy who clearly had financial struggles as recently as during his failed 2020 campaign apparently could suddenly pump $700,000 of his own money into his successful 2022 congressional bid.

Santos has changed his story on that front, albeit only slightly and perhaps unintentionally. But it still doesn’t make much sense or track with his previous explanations.

The change came on Tuesday night when Santos’s campaign amended the congressman’s campaign finance filings. The most notable change: He unchecked a box that stated loans of $500,000 and $125,000 were “personal funds of the candidate.”


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