EPA head Scott Pruitt’s first-class travel is costing a fortune

February 18, 2018

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reportedly spent tens of thousands of dollars on the travel decisions of administrator Scott Pruitt. federal regulationsAccording to travel records obtained by the Environmental Integrity Project, Pruitt’s travel cost more than $90,000 last June alone, the Washington Post reports. similar flight The documents claim that the increased flight costs are due to “unspecified security concerns,” the newspaper reported. Pruitt has round-the-clock security detail that…

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Michael Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’ set to push 1.75 million copies, outsell Trump’s book

January 21, 2018

The publisher behind Michael Wolff’s explosive book  is expecting sales figures to reach 1.75 million before the book even goes to paperback, Mother Jones reported Thursday.  “We do expect the 1.4 to be sold,” Patricia Eisemann, the publisher’s director of publicity, Mother JonesJust last week Macmillan’s CEO, John Sargent, told the Associated Press that digital sales were now at over 250,000 and audiobook editions were sitting above 100,000. Factoring in physical…

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Trump plants trees to block CNN’s view of him golfing

January 3, 2018

President Trump played golf for the fifth straight day on Dec. 30, but you won’t be able to find any footage of him at the Trump International Golf Club in Florida.   CNN host Ana Cabrera noted . “Yes, new trees are being planted there.” CNN “” after the holiday. furious response from the right, which painted CNN as mere paparazzi. wroteOthers, like .—the son of Trump’s former security advisor…

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