In some cases, those trips were planned for months with the help of influential Washington, D.C., lobbyists, the Post reports, raising further questions about Pruitt's use of taxpayer funds and proximity to lobbyists who may have business before the agency. In the case of one canceled trip to Israel, the trip was reportedly organized by Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson. Another incident in Morocco also showed Pruitt's tendency to let high-profile friends in on EPA business.
A trip to Morocco, planned by longtime Pruitt friend and lobbyist Richard Smotkin, resulted in Smotkin joining Pruitt for "multiple" events, including a meeting with one of Morocco's business leaders. Smotkin would later go on to sign a lobbying agreement with Morocco's government. Critics point to this as blatant evidence of Pruitt using his office to promote his friends' business interests.
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On the Wallaby 2,874,808 Contributions Passionate about all things Australian Where are alligators located, The American Alligator can be found in Southern States from North and South Carolina, down through Florida and around to Texas. The Chinese Alligator is very rare, and found only in the Yangtze River Basin in China.. What does alligators eat, Alligators and crocodiles eat meat, so if this animal eats meat this animal is a carnivore. Carnivores are animals who eat meat, like lions, tigers and crocodile Are alligators blind,
Alligators are not blind but do not have peripheral vision.Alligators may look to be slow but they are not. They are not endangered anymore, though once was because people hunted it for its hide and meat. It is no longer even a threatened species, and is doing just fine in the southeastern United States.