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George Santos Indicted: What the Charges Mean for the Congressman

By Wall Street Journal

Rep. George Santos recently pleaded not guilty to 13 felony charges. WSJ’s Ashby Jones breaks down those charges and what’s next for the New York Republican. Photo Illustration: Ryan Trefes

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