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-- -- Welcome to the Monday edition of Wallace on plot and there are a couple of I think three big stories that we're going to be following this week first -- -- The IRS this is really going to be explosive because -- -- in recent signs.
That people we don't know exactly how high up it is but certainly some senior officials in the IRS.
Knew that the agency was targeting conservative political groups groups with a name Tea Party or patriot or 912 project in their name.
For extra scrutiny when they applied for tax exempt status that's a big deal and it's going to be a big story on Capitol Hill this week.
Will be seeking reaction to -- -- what's gonna actually gonna happen.
We find out more about it then of course there's also Ben Ghazi.
New revelations this week both from reporters and from.
That it turns up -- the talking points were politically scrub.
To hide the fact that al-Qaeda links.
We're there to the people who conducted the terrorist attack and also that the CIA had been warning.
The state department for months.
About the dangers of Bangkok CNN State Department officials want it and insisted that be taken out of the talking points and then immigration not so that we covered a lot this week we will be covering it.
Because the Senate Judiciary Committee is really beginning to take a serious look now as they write this bill.
And the big question is at some point conservatives are gonna do try and they're gonna make their stand on poison pills.
Amendments that they would change the bill that will split the bipartisan coalition of the so called activate.
And the question is will those on our hold against those efforts -- -- -- split off enough Republicans that the coalition.
Falls apart -- -- that's a good thing or -- thing but it certainly going to be a political phenomenon.
So funny to cover let us know what you think that's important let us know -- we should be talking to.
What questions we should be asking we'll see you back here next.
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