I will note, though, that there’s been a lot of confusion on this issue. One does not need to work for the federal government to have a clearance, and one doesn’t intrinsically give it up when one leaves government service. When someone leaves the employ of a contractor to go work for a different one, their clearance goes with them, and often when someone leaves government service, they retain their clearance so they can work on classified projects in the private sector, or as a consultant. But those two clowns have abused their privileges, both in office and out. I think they should not only lose their clearances, but be in jail.
Good. They should never have existed in the first place. The federal government has no business telling auto makers what kind of mileage cars should get (or how many gallons a toilet should use to flush).