For months, New York Rep. George Santos remained defiant and said he would stay in office despite uncovered lies, federal indictments and calls for resignation from both sides of the aisle. But last week, following a scathing report from the United States House Committee on Ethics that accused him of fraud, Santos said he wouldn't seek reelection. What made him change course? And will his colleagues vote him out before the next election? Anchor Pat Kiernan answers these questions with NY1 Managing Director of New York Politics Bob Hardt and Washington correspondent Kevin Frey.