Another high-level aide to Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt is leaving the agency this week, as federal investigators continue to scrutinize the administrator’s spending and management decisions.
The House Oversight Committee is expected to interview Environmental Protection AgencyAdministrator Scott Pruitt’s former head of security Wednesday, the latest indication that Pruitt still faces scrutiny from Congress after back-to-back hearings last week.
Albert ‘Kell’ Kelly, a top aide to Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt who was hired to revitalize the agency’s cleanup of toxic sites, resigned Tuesday amid scrutiny of his previous actions as the leader of a bank in Oklahoma and of his lifetime ban from banking.
Scott Pruitt seems to have wriggled through last week’s high-profile testimony on Capitol Hill, but that doesn’t mean he should keep his job atop the Environmental Protection Agency.
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.