EPA chief says he flies first class due to security concerns
WASHINGTON - The head of the Environmental Protection Agency has broken months of silence about his frequent premium-class flights at taxpayer expense, saying he needs to fly first class because of unpleasant interactions with other travelers.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt spoke about his flight costs Tuesday in a pair of interviews in New Hampshire, following a first-class flight to meet with the state's Republican governor and tour a toxic waste site.
Pruitt told the New Hampshire Union Leader he had some "incidents" on flights shortly after his appointment by President Donald... read more
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