The US government’s overseas allowances are sometimes twice as generous as those of other countries and institutions, the Center for Public Integrity finds

Scott Pruitt, the former Environmental Protection Agency administrator, traveled to Italy last summer before his resignation, stopping first in Rome for three nights and then Bologna for two to meet with G7 environment ministers.

His reimbursement for meals and lodging on the trip totaled $1,942.

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