The IRS admitted to Congress on Wednesday that evidence it said was destroyed may in fact exist. The Kelly File took a look back at other reversals in the IRS targeting scandal.
There are new reports that Jonathan Davis, chief of staff and political aide to former IRS commissioner Douglas Shulman, visited the White House 310 times.
Bill O’Reilly and Charles Krauthammer butted heads on The Factor tonight over the IRS scandal. It was recently revealed that the wife of former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman is a senior advisor for a liberal organization.
Former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman's wife, Susan L. Anderson, works for a left-wing group devoted to "reducing the role of big special interest money in American politics.”
Hearings are set to begin in the House today on the investigation into the IRS' targeting of conservative groups. The branch is also now in hot water for spending $50 million on lavish conferences primarily meant to entertain employees, including $4 million that went to one particular event alone - a sum that included the production costs for videos like the one seen in the clip above in which IRS employees are led in a dance called the "cupid shuffle" in order to "get ready" for their Anaheim conference.
Why did former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman visit the White House 157 times? Bill O'Reilly is demanding these visits be explained.
Former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman made 118 trips to the White House between 2010 and 2011, but he claimed in a House hearing yesterday that the IRS's targeting of conservative groups was never discussed on his trips.
Republican lawmakers were flabbergasted, with one going out of his way to make sure Shulman understood that he was under oath. When pressed on why he was at the White House so many times, Shulman gave an example that only fanned the outrage, bringing up the Easter Egg Roll he attended with his family.
Moments ago, a hearing into the hearing regarding the IRS targeting Tea Party groups began in the nation's capitol, with Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) and ranking member Elijah Cummings (D-MD) giving opening statements. This comes after the White House once again changed the timeline on when they learned of potential IRS misconduct.
Megyn Kelly provided a breakdown of the explosive revelations within an Inspector General’s report on the IRS practice of targeting conservative groups. She also gave us a detailed timeline of events surrounding the details of the report.