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Following claims that Republican Rep. George Santos performed as a drag queen during his time in Brazil, the congressman took to Twitter to deny the rumors, saying they are “categorically false.” NBC’s Ryan Nobles reports how the allegations have caused controversy due to Santos’ previous positions on a number of issues related to the LGBTQ community.