Former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is resurfacing publicly for perhaps the first time since he resigned last year following an ethics scandal.
He will be one of the speakers at the Dallas County Republican Party’s annual Reagan Day Dinner on March 21 in Dallas. Invitations were sent out this week following the announcement by the party.
Joining Pruitt, the former Oklahoma Attorney General will be former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.
As the announcement indicated, “Guests at the Dallas County Republican Party Reagan Day Dinner will be the first to hear the untold stories about what is really happening in Washington” as well as “first-hand experiences about the impact of removing regulatory red tape and reforming government bureaucracy.”
Dallas County Republican Party Finance Chairman Doug Deason stated in the announcement, “We are honored to have EPA Administrator Pruitt, Secretary Zinke, Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA, and Commissioner Ryan Sitton join us as speakers for the 2019 Reagan Day Dinner. Their experience serving at the highest level of government and activism is ushering in a new era of business innovation and freedom that can be felt here in Dallas County and throughout the nation.”