"Somebody who believes in climate change and takes it seriously for the benefit of all of us, including our children", she said.
"This man is directly and significantly harming my child's - and every child's - health and future with decisions to roll back environmental regulations for the benefit of big corporations", Kink wrote.
In the video posted to Facebook, Mink is seen walking up to Pruitt's table, her toddler in hand, and urging Pruitt to resign. He loves clean water.
Dravis, who then was the EPA's associate administrator for the policy office, told congressional investigators that Pruitt hoped for his wife to earn a six-figure salary and asked her help in finding a political fundraising job with the attorneys general network.
The EPA "will not be commenting on anonymous sources who are working to distract Americans from the Trump Administration's accomplishments on regulatory certainty and environmental stewardship", agency reps told CNN. When Hupp told Pruitt's chief of staff Ryan Jackson of the payment to get repaid, he told her that the transition reimbursement window had passed.
In the video, Mink urges Pruitt to resign "before your scandals push you out", referring to multiple ongoing investigations including a private deal on a $50-a-day condominium arranged with the wife of an energy lobbyist, reports that Pruitt enlisted top aides to run personal errands and high spending on a round-the-clock security detail.
Mink teaches sixth grade at the prestigious Sidwell Friends school in Washington, DC, while counts Malia Obama, Chelsea Clinton, Punisher's Jon Bernthal, and even Bill Nye as alumni.
John Konkus, an EPA spokesperson, said in a statement that the agency has not spoken with Dravis or the committee about her testimony, which was reported in The Washington Post. "His leaving had nothing to do with the confrontation, he had simply finished his meal and needed to get back to EPA for a briefing".
In the past month, multiple members of the Trump administration have been heckled and kicked out of restaurants in a string of incidents, exclusively over their political affiliation.
Should Trump officials be asked to leave a restaurant?
"Absolutely. I joined this administration--I've been in politics 17 years, I've worked for people like Governor Mitt Romney, John McCain, President Bush... that I know, love, admire still to this day".