Jeffrey Neely, a GSA official who allegedly helped spend hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars on a lavish "training conference" in Las Vegas in 2010, was caught by Fox cameras literally running away from reporters after leaving his hearing Monday.
To each of the questions he was asked by a reporter, Neely responded "no comment," which, Business Insider notes, is almost identical to how he responded to questions during the trial.
To each of Rep. Darrell Issa's inquiries, Neely reportedly said: "On the advice of counsel, I respectfully decline to answer based upon my fifth amendment constitutional privilege."
Finally, Issa remarked that he was "uniquely positioned to help the committee understand," and, "To that end I must consider again to ask you to answer the questions."
Neely declined, continuing to plead the fifth.
It hasn't been a great day for Neely, as photos of him sipping what appears to be wine in a luxurious "spa bathtub" at the training conference were leaked, coinciding with the trial.