Before his recent resignation, Price announced that he would reimburse taxpayers for the cost of “his share of the travel,” which came to just less than $52,000.
Cummings asked Conway whether she also plans to reimburse the government for the cost of her seat on any of them.
“In contrast to Secretary Price, you have been silent about your actions, you have made no commitments to stop traveling on private flights, and you have not assured the American taxpayers that they will not have to pay a dime for your seat on these flights,” Cummings wrote.
A White House spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Cummings’s letter.
Cummings and Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) have also demanded records from the White House on air travel for executive officials since Trump’s inauguration, saying that official travel “by no means should include personal use.”
In a separate missive to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Cummings asked for a copy of Price’s reimbursement check.