Attorney General Eric Holder has racked up more than $4.2 million in travel expenses over four years, including $697,525 in taxpayer-provided personal trips to resort areas like Martha’s Vineyard and Atlantic City, according to documents provided to the watchdog group Judicial Watch.

The records from Justice and provided to Secrets show that Holder, who is required to travel on government aircraft because of security, submitted bills of $16,452.50 to speak at Al Sharpton’s National Action Network on New York in April 2011, $38,108.18 in expenses to address the pro-immigration reform group LULAC in June 2012, and $38,108.18 to speak to another pro-immigration group, La Raza, in Las Vegas in July 2012.

What’s more, Judicial Watch revealed an April trip to a U.S.-Mexico Arms Trafficking Strategy Meeting, an issue the attorney general said he wasn’t involved in.

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