Former EPA Administrator Pruitt Hires Mitchell

12 September 2018 Politico News
Former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has retained partner Cleta Mitchell to represent him.

The information is contained in a Politico article, “Pruitt owed lawyers up to $300K, now eyeing job with coal exec,” about a 2017 financial disclosure form for the former administrator that was released by the agency on Wednesday. Neither Mitchell nor another lawyer retained by Pruitt - Paul Rauser, co-founder of the Aegis Law Group - is listed on Pruitt’s 2017 disclosure.

Pruitt has also launched a legal defense fund, contributions to which will have to be disclosed on his 2018 financial disclosure if they were made when he was still EPA administrator.

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