NEW YORK -- It's one of the biggest questions in Washington: How much longer will George Santos be able to claim the title of congressman?
Tuesday may not be D-Day for Santos, but according to CBS New York political reporter Marcia Kramer's sources in Washington it could be D-Week, as even the embattled Republican, himself,.
It's a dramatic change of tune from the man who had insisted only his constituents can throw him out.
"It is their responsibility and their responsibility alone to elect or remove me from Congress," Santos said back on Nov. 1,.
But a lot has changed since then.. The report found Santos .
Following the report's release,. He called the report "biased."
"It is a disgusting politicized smear that shows the depths of how low our federal government has sunk," Santos said in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.
Over the weekend, Santos told Kramer he expected to be expelled sometime this week. Sources told Kramer that House Speaker Mike Johnson talked with him about the various options open to him, including the possibility that he resign before an expulsion vote is taken.
Santos did not respond to a question asking if he plans to resign, but New York Democratic Rep. Dan Goldman plans to force the issue. He is co-sponsoring a privileged resolution to expel Santos. It will be introduced at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, giving the house up to 48 hours to vote.
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