This Is How Obama Takes Care Of Your Money
General Services Administration officials permitted a high-ranking employee to spend tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars on lavish travel junkets, despite an inspector general's dire warning about the executive's pattern of waste, fraud and abuse, officials said Tuesday.
House lawmakers on Tuesday grilled GSA officials for a second day, expressing growing frustration about an expanding scandal centered around Jeff Neely, a regional commissioner with the agency in California who, virtually unsupervised, planned a multitude of exotic trips, some of which the White House knew about.
"This is a dark day not only for GSA but this is a dark day for the United States government, said Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., who chaired the House inquiry. "We wonder why there is so much mistrust in government."