Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Mnuchin Sought to Use U.S. Air Force Jet to Take His Noveaux Elitist Trophy Wife on a Honeymoon to Europe

Mnuchin's bride.
Yes, the Steve Mnuchin and trophy wife investigation has expanded.

The Treasury Secretary sought to use a U.S. Air Force jet for his honeymoon in Europe last month, a request that was later withdrawn, reports Bloomberg.

Mnuchin and his wife, actress Louise Linton, eventually decided not to travel on a government plane, the Treasury Department said in a statement after an ABC News report on the matter. His request is now part of an inquiry by the Treasury Department’s Office of Inspector General, ABC news reported Wednesday, citing unnamed officials. The cost is about $25,000 an hour, ABC reported, citing an Air Force spokesman.

The investigation was first launched after it was discovered that Mnuchin with wifey in tow flew to Louisville, Kentucky and viewed the to eclipse of the sun from Fort Knox. (SEE: Treasury Department Sued Over Steve Mnuchin and His Trophy Wife's Attempt to Live a Carly Simon Moment at Fort Knox)

According to Bloomberg, Rich Delmar, counsel to the inspector general, said by telephone Wednesday that the review is now looking at "all requests for and use of government aircraft" by Mnuchin.


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