According to an email and testimony from an aide released on Monday, EPA director Scott Pruitt asked a senior aide to look for an old mattress from Trump International Hotel and make other individuals for him
Prut\'s schedule director, Milan Hupp, is described in a letter from House Democrats to the chairman of the oversight committee on Monday, South Carolina Republican Terry Gaudi.
Earlier this month, Hupp appeared in front of the House Supervisory Committee staff group.
Democrats released some of the records of her interview on Monday, including Hupp\'s account, and Pruitt asked her to do personal errands, including finding a house and booking a trip to the Rose Bowl for him.
The staff also asked Hupp for an email showing that she contacted the manager of the Trump hotel at Pruitt\'s request.
Hupp told House staff that Pruitt was trying to get an old mattress from the Trump hotel.
Earlier this spring, Pruitt told lawmakers that any house
The hunting that Hupp did for him was done in private time.
S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt spends millions of dollars on security.
Elijah camings, Maryland, and Gerald Connolly, Virginia, senior Democrats on the House Oversight Committee and the government operations subcommittee, said the errands violated federal gifts about subordinates.
In their letter, Democrats asked Gaudi to issue a subpoena asking for government records, and they said the EPA is currently hiding from the Commission.
A spokesman for Pruitt did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
A spokesman for Gowdy said in a statement that the Commission has conducted several transcription interviews and obtained 2,350 pages of documentation as part of our allegations of EPA mismanagement and expenditure
This month, the Commission will interview more witnesses and receive more production of documents.
\"The selective release of some witness interview records undermines the credibility of our investigation and prevents future witnesses from coming forward,\" said Amanda Gonzalez, a spokeswoman for Gowdy . \".
\"The Commission will continue to conduct serious fact-finding.
Therefore, we will wait until the end of the investigation to publish our findings.
\"Since the March, Pruitt has been under strict scrutiny, when media reports first revealed that the EPA chief rented a luxury Capitol Hill apartment for $50 a night, with a famous
Prut\'s daughter, then a summer intern at the White House, lives in the second bedroom of the apartment at no extra cost.
Other recently disclosed examples of Prut seeking special treatment include his repeated use of first-
First-class air travel, luxury hotel suits, and instructions to his security staff to use the lights and siren to get to the place where to book dinner quickly in the traffic of Washington.