According to CBS News, Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt also chartered a private jet in July.
“Pruitt flew within his home state of Oklahoma on a private plane in July,” the report reads. “That trip cost taxpayers more than $14,000.”
The news came just a day after the New York Times revealed that the EPA paid $25,000 for a soundproof booth for Pruitt’s office. Earlier this year, Pruitt also came under fire for his expensive 18-person security detail, which he said he needed for protection from “the left.”