Santos arrested: Breaking down federal charges

Rep. George Santos (R) was arrested Wednesday morning on federal financial charges. Eric Snyder with Wilk Auslander joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow to break down the charges filed against Santos and the possible sentences if found guilty.

George Santos arrested, facing federal charges

U.S. Rep. George Santos, the New York Republican infamous for fabricating key parts of his life story, was arrested Wednesday on federal criminal charges ahead of an expected court appearance. Andrew Lieb with Lieb at Law joined LiveNOW from FOX's Zach Horner as word of the arrest broke.

Is George Santos a 'pathological liar?'

Rep. George Santos (R-NY) is accused of fabricating his resume, among other things. Chris Hart with Texas Woman's University joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow to talk about Santos' behavior from a psychological standpoint.

George Santos ex-roommate says he used different name when they lived together

George Santos' ex-roommate Gregory Morey-Parker is speaking out about their time living together. Morey-Parker says he only remembers Santos using the name Anthony Devolder. "I’ve never known him as George Santos," he said. "He said his like family name was like Zabrovsky." The two met in 2013 and Morey-Parker took Santos up on his offer a year or so later to live with him for a few months in Jackson Heights, Queens while he looked for an apartment. Meanwhile, Rep. Santos (R-NY) has received his first committee assignments, the small business committee and the science, space & technology committee. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

What's next for Rep. George Santos (R-NY)?

As of Friday morning, Rep. George Santos (R-NY) still says he will not resign from his position, despite calls to do so from his own party. Joshua Tucker, a professor of politics at NYU, joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow to explain what the future might hold for Santos.

George Santos Scandal: NY congressman-elect investigated for lying about past | LiveNOW from FOX

As Rep.-elect George Santos gets closer to being sworn in, calls for the 34-year-old Republican to resign are growing louder, amid federal and local investigations. Santos has already acknowledged he lied about his heritage, education, and professional pedigree as he campaigned for office, and sources have reported that there was no record that Santos ever went to Horace Mann Prep in the Bronx, as he claimed. Questions were first raised about Santos earlier this month when The New York Times published an investigation into his resume and found a number of major discrepancies. Since then, Santos has admitted lying about having Jewish ancestry, lying about working for Wall Street banks and lying about obtaining a college degree.