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Congressman George Santos Says He’s Not A Drag Queen While Addressing Viral Drag Photo: “I Was Young And Had Fun At A Festival” [Video]

Rep. George Santos addresses drag photo but rejects the label of being a drag queen.

On Saturday, TMZ caught up with Santos in a New York airport after traveling from D.C., and of course, he was greeted by the media, who had questions regarding his recent scandal.

In the video, the newly-elected New York congressman was making his way through the terminal as reporters were trying to get responses to their questions.

Santos seemed annoyed by the reporters and dismissive to what was being asked to him. However when one reporter asked about the viral drag photo, Santos laughed and said he was “just having fun.” In addition, he also clarified that he is not a drag queen.

Last week, Santos former friend Eula Rochard posted the photo of the congressman wearing women’s clothing. The image was allegedly taken in 2008 when Santos was referred to as “Kitara” while in Brazil.

Santos later denied that the image was real and said the allegations against him were “categorically false.”

“The media continues to make outrageous claims about my life while I am working to deliver results. I will not be distracted or fazed by this,” Santos said.

The drag picture is just one of the latest revelations to come to light regarding Santos. The congressman, who is openly gay, has previously sided with Florida’s Don’t Say Gay bill which forbids instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in schools. Santos has also considered himself to be apart of the Republican Party, who claims drag queens and shows are grooming children.

In addition, Santos has admitted to lying about his education, family heritage, and previous jobs. He was also accused of lying about his mother being inside of the World Trade Center on September 11th.

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