You can reset the clock because we have another Scott Pruitt scandal.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator spent nearly $300,000 on security during the month of April alone according to official records, and that includes thousands he spent on something called "tactical pants."
The expenses include nearly $3,000 for “tactical pants” and “tactical polos,” part of a total $4.6 million for security, representing a $1.1 million increase over the amount disclosed by the EPA a month ago. [...]
According to the latest documents, Pruitt spent $288,610 on security costs in April alone. Of that, more than $2,700 was spent on apparel for the pants and polos. The EPA administrator has spent $24,115 on body armor and related apparel in 2018.
A quick search tells me "tactical pants" are glorified cargo pants for police officers, special operators, and your average Call of Duty cosplayer.
In Pruitt's case, I think it would be fair to say his security team has more in common with the latter. Their professional responsibilities including driving Pruitt to elite hotels in search of fancy lotion and making sure he arrives at dinner on time.
To this date, the EPA has not presented a single credible or actionable threat against Pruitt, but he still employs a large private security detail who apparently do everything for him except wipe his ass. They even pick up his dry cleaning.