Pruitt, the former Oklahoma Attorney General who was picked by President Trump resigned in 2018 following a series of political missteps including criticism of his lavish travel and treatment of staff.
Whether Pruitt will be on hand isn’t known but the Washington Post reported there will be a gathering of family, friends and former colleagues for the official unveiling.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler informed the paper that the portrait, consisting of a framed photo transferred to canvas cost taxpayers $4,513. The bill is far less than what it cost to frame the portrait of Gina McCarthy who preceded Pruitt in the Obama administration.
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