[Ed. – Humility. She’s an activist, BTW. “Immigration” marches, arrests, etc.]
D.C.-area mom and teacher Kristin Mink told Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, to resign when she saw him on Monday at a local cafe.
By Thursday, President Donald Trump announced that he had accepted Pruitt’s resignation.
“It’s pretty amazing,” says Mink with a laugh. She learned the news while she was on the phone, and her husband got a text about it. “He told me and I started jumping up and down,” she says.
But she’s humble about her role in Pruitt’s decision. “It’s not like I can take all the credit for this,” Mink says. “The great majority goes to effective fact-based research of quality journalists who exposed the depth of Scott Pruitt’s corruption.”