And Holder could not care less.

Via Daily Mail:

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s travel expenses exceeded $4 million for 213 separate trips during President Obama’s first term in office, according to documents obtained through the Freedom Of Information Act.

The expenses, incurred between March 2009 and August 2012, were all borne by taxpayers – including those covering several personal trips. Holder typically travels on a government-owned Gulfstream V jet, whose retail cost is more than $53.5 million. The U.S. government owns at least five such aircraft.

Judicial Watch released the documents Monday, showing that the attorney general billed his agency more than $113,000 in travel expenses for four trips he made, while in office, to speak to liberal advocacy groups.

Holder’s very first taxpayer-funded trip was to an April 2009 ‘US/Mexico Arms Trafficking Strategy Meeting.’