The pressure continues to mount for Rep. George Santos (R-NY) to resign.

According to a report from The New York Post, Santos’ resume is making the rounds and Americans are getting a clearer picture of just how much the New York Rep. embellished (lied).

From The New York Post:

The resume, obtained by the New York Times, was submitted to the Nassau County GOP by Santos when he first expressed interest in running for his New York House seat in 2020.

It’s loaded with Wall Street jargon and is mostly a work of pure fiction.

Santos describes himself as a “Proactive Business Development Professional” with “extensive proven ability to optimize the bottom line.”

The representative for New York’s 3rd District, who lied about owning 13 properties, lists “Real Estate” as one of his skills, along with “Currency and coin counter” and numerous other alleged talents.

LinkBridge Investors is listed as Santos’ most recent employer, and he claims revenue at the firm grew “24X (from 450K to 11M)” during his tenure as vice president. On campaign finance disclosures, Santos reported earning a modest salary of $55,000 from LinkBridge Investors.

The resume also lists a fake 8-month-long stint as a project manager for Goldman Sachs, where he brags about doubling revenue growth by hundreds of millions of dollars – “300M to 600M” — and developing a “new sales strategy” for his department.

If Santos is hoping his local party members will save him —they won’t. New York Republicans are already calling on Santos to resign as they feel he misrepresented himself to Empire State voters.

See the resume below. More over at The New York Post:

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