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Lying to @foxnews, lying to Congress, throwing staffers under the bus – there’s nothing @EPAScottPruitt won’t do to try to deflect blame. #BootPruitt

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Read and share the highlights of Pruitt's long list of wrongdoings.


WATCH: Rep. @BettyMcCollum04 tells @EPAScottPruitt it’s time to go. #BootPruitt

I asked @EPAScottPruitt about some of his shady dealings at an @EnergyCommerce hearing. He tried to dodge these questions, but I wouldn't let him get away with it. It's Congress' duty to hold fellow public servants accountable when they betray the public trust. #BootPruitt

"Climate change is the greatest environmental threat our planet faces," Rep. McCollum says

.@RepShimkus responding to reporters after @EPAScottPruitt's first hearing today:"It's never good to blame your staff ... or you do it behind closed doors and you talked to them. Not publicly."

"I have nothing to hide," Pruitt says as, under oath, he admits to lying about green-lighting raises for favorite EPA staffers.

IT’S 👏 TIME 👏 TO 👏 #BootPruitt 👏👏

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Scott Pruitt, the embattled head of the Environmental Protection Agency, will face two congressional panels on Thursday, in what is expected to be a daylong grilling over recent allegations of ethical infractions and lavish spending.

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Several Senate Republicans said Tuesday that Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt’s management and spending decisions should be subject to greater congressional scrutiny, although nearly all of them stopped short of asking him to resign.

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Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, met personally last year with J. Steven Hart, the lobbyist whose wife had rented him a $50-a-night Capitol Hill condo, a disclosure that contradicts earlier statements that E.P.A. lobbying by Mr. Hart had not occurred.

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Even casual political-watchers know that Friday is the customary day for dropping bad news and dumping senior officials. No senior official is more deserving of being dumped than Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt.

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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt, under fire from lawmakers for travel and security expenses, spent about $45,000 in government money to fly five people to Australia to prepare for a planned trip that was later canceled. 

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