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He and his girlfriend went to Europe on US airliners.
US Department of Public Welfare Tom Prize travelled at least twice this year aboard US airplanes, Politico said on Thursday night. On two occasions, the White House gave us authorization to use jet fighters to travel to Africa, Europe and Asia, Politico said. Pricewife Betty is said to have been with him on these missions, which Politico said cost US tax payers more than $500,000.
The White House spokesperson said in a declaration that travelling with airplanes was sometimes "an appropriate and necessary use of resources". In recent debates, the cost of using charter privately operated air services to carry out public affairs has been criticised. The Ministry of Public Welfare has operated at least 24 such missions since May, costing the taxpayer about $400,000.
Politikico said that the total cost of personal and army airline tickets from Prices this year exceeded 1 million dollars. In a Thursday declaration, Mr Pric said that he would be paying the federal administration about $52,000 for the cost of his headquarters on privately operated home routes. Speaking for his bureau, a spokesperson said Pric refunded the federal administration the cost of his wife's trip on overseas itineraries.
On Wednesday, Donald Trump said he was "not happy" about the fact that his Minister of Public Welfare frequently used personal aircraft. Nevertheless, in a Thursday evening conversation with Bret Baier of Fox News, Mr Précipe repeated the President's comment. "Mr Prick said I look forward to winning back the confidence of the US people," and added that he also expressed the hope of "regaining the confidence of the government and the presidency.
"HHS won't have any privately chartered flights in the future," said Pric. All of a sudden the prize was invoiced as a fiscally conscious consumer. Only in 2009 did he reprimand federal expenditure on travelling, CNBC said at the meeting, and in particular, called out house democrats who wanted to pay $100 million for personal jetliners.