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A June trip to Miami cost ,000 for air expenses. The official then added: 'While I understand that current availability of commercial flights do not accommodate your scheduling needs, for your awareness, the cost per person on commercial air is approx.: 8 roundtrip.
A trip to West Virginia and Las Vegas cost ,000. The trip was for Mnuchin to attend the Conference on Prosperity and Security in Central America and to host a meeting Mexico's finance minister.'From the documents we obtained, it appears Secretary Mnuchin considers first and foremost his own comfort and ease, leaving the protection of taxpayer money at the bottom of his list of priorities,' CREW's chief FOIA counsel Anne Weismann said in a statement that accompanied the release of the documents.'The public still has no reasonable explanation for why Secretary Mnuchin apparently has never used commercial aircraft while his predecessors did, or why he needs military aircraft that can accommodate 120 passengers when his travel manifests contain far fewer names,' Weismann added.
Mnuchin withdrew that request but if it had gone ahead the Air Force would have flown the newlyweds to Edinburgh, Paris, Gargano, in Italy; and Milan in Italy then home.
The plane he got, with its sleek oval windows, provided the perfect backdrop for what ended up being an infamous image after Linton tweeted it out along with hashtags for the brands she was wearing.We can offer the G4 on August 31 and September 1 if either of those dates work for the Secretary's travel.Should other dates become available in a reasonable time, we'll get back to you.The Secretary is looking to travel to Fort Knox on August 8th,' the official wrote to Lori Pink, a government aircraft specialist in a partially redacted email.'We would request the GIV to accommodate staff and security.We would fly in to Louisville, reposition the plane at Fort Knox and then depart from Fort Knox back to DC,' wrote the Treasury's director of travel policy and operations,' the email states.'I'm sorry, but our G-IV won't be available that week,' was the initial response from an officlal. The plan called for a AM departure from Washington National Airport, an arrival in Louisville at AM, at which time people would 'reposition' the plane to allow for a pm departure from Fort Knox 'without Treasury passengers.'The trip ended up moving when the Senate's August recess got pushed back.