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Report: EPA Looked Into Private Jet Travel for Scott Pruitt

Officials at the Environmental Protection Agency reportedly looked into the possibility of private-jet travel for agency head Scott Pruitt. According to The Washington Post, the agency contacted NetJets to get a quote, but ultimately decided against it. Pruitt has come under fire for his lavish travel expenses, including first-class air travel. The EPA blew past a deadline last month to turn over travel-related documents to the House Oversight Committee, and Pruitt is under pressure to resign.