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Santos’ campaign now says $500K loan wasn’t from his personal funds


Documents filed to the Federal Election Commission Tuesday show that embattled Republican Rep. George Santos is no longer claiming a $500,000 loan to his Congressional campaign came from personal funds. 

The Daily Beast first reported on the amended FEC filing, which shows that Santos unchecked the box that said ‘personal funds of the candidate’ when detailing the source of the six-figure loan, which still listed the congressman as its primary source. 

The Santos campaign refiled a number of financial documents to the FEC Tuesday afternoon, as the New York Republican tries to play clean-up in a string of controversies surrounding his backstory, including how he wound up with a six-figure income and was able to self-fund his campaign. 

The amended documents, however, shed no light on the source of those campaign funds. 

Documents filed to the Federal Election Commission show that embattled Republican Rep. George Santos is no longer saying a $500,000 loan to his campaign came from personal funds

Documents filed to the Federal Election Commission show that embattled Republican Rep. George Santos is no longer saying a $500,000 loan to his campaign…



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