On Wednesday, another possible miscommunication emerged. In his first campaign, Mr.Santos says on his website in the campaign He attended Horace Mann School, an elite private school in Riverdale, Bronx, but his family’s financial difficulties caused him to drop out and earn a high school equivalency diploma.
But a spokesman told The Washington Post it was unable to locate records for Mr. Santos’ presence, using several variations of his name. Spokesman Ed Adler confirmed the report to The Times. gentlemen. Santos’ press team did not respond to a request for comment.
On Wednesday, the news website Semafor published an interview with Mr. In Santos, he says his work at his firm, Devolder Organization, involves “deal building” and “professional consulting” for a network of 15,000 wealthy individuals, family offices, endowments and institutions.
For example, he might help a client sell an airplane or boat to someone else for a fee or commission, he said. But he did not provide Semafor with details about his contracts or clients, nor did he answer similar questions from The Times.
gentlemen. Santos’ work on damage control also included cleaning up his biography, which had been removed from his campaign website for most of Tuesday. By the time the update appeared on Wednesday, it had removed several important details.
For example, claims that he has a degree from Baruch College no longer exist. (Another profile on him on the House Republican Campaign Committee website says he studied at New York University; that information is also now gone.)
gentlemen. Santos’ campaign biography no longer mentions his work on Wall Street. A reference to Mr Santos’ mother “struggling to become the first female executive of a major financial institution” was also removed.