Mom Tells Off EPA Director Scott Pruitt at Washington Restaurant

Mom Tells Off EPA Director Scott Pruitt at Washington Restaurant

According to an individual with knowledge of the matter, Dravis told congressional staffers that Pruitt initially asked her to contact the Republican Attorneys General Association - a group Pruitt had once led and Dravis had worked for before coming to EPA - as part of the job search for his wife. I'd urge him to scan the Journalism Review recitation of Pruitt's epic list of sleaziness and reconsider that "honorable" descriptive.

Mink is a teacher at a Quaker day school where the youngest Trump attends classes along with the youngest Obama daughter. In posting the video, Mink linked to a Sierra Club petition to oust Pruitt.

Kristin Mink was at Teaism, a Japanese restaurant in the Washington area, on Monday afternoon when she noticed Pruitt "three tables away". "Meanwhile, you're slashing strong fuel standards for cars and trucks, for the benefit of big corporations".

At a recent Los Angeles rally, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) urged American citizens to confront and harass Trump administration officials wherever they might find them - and people may be taking her words to heart. He loves animals. He loves clean air. "I had to decide what to say, he's so scandal-ridden", she said. "General Sessions and I are friends and I have always said I want nothing more than to see him succeed in his role", Pruitt told Politico in a statement about the report on CNN.

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"We deserve somebody at the EPA who actually does protect our environment", Mink continued.

On June 19, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was widely criticized for her handling of the migrant crisis at the border and was confronted by activists chanting "shame" while dining at a Mexican restaurant. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was kicked out of a Virginia restaurant. Nielsen was a staunch defender of the administration's policy of forcibly separating children from their parents after entering the USA illegally. He is facing at least 14 federal investigations that accuse him of misuse and overspending government funds of EPA, etc. The climate change critic has proven severely under-qualified to hold any public office, let alone direct an agency rooted on the basis of environmental protection.

Late last week, the EPA's chief ethics official said he is pushing for a series of independent investigations into Pruitt's actions, citing a number of "potential issues" that have surfaced from internal sources and media reports.