Sen. Inhofe discusses Pruitt allegations during Alva fly-in


During a Saturday morning fly-in at the Alva Regional Airport, U.S. Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) spoke briefly about allegations surrounding Scott Pruitt, who has headed the Environmental Protection Agency since last year. Pruitt's spending is under at least 12 separate investigations by the Government Accountability Office, the EPA's inspector general, the White House Office of Management and Budget and two House committees.

"Scott Pruitt is an old and dear friend of mine," said Inhofe, "and I used to fly him around in his very first race that he ran for office. We've been close friends. And I...

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