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Obama says if true the actions against the IRS are or accusations I should say are outrageous.
At a news conference today the president said he wants to wait for the results of the official investigation but he is promising.
To hold accountable anybody involved team fox coverage continues Wendell Goler live at the White House tonight Wendell.
The president's response to the allegations against the IRS was as tough as that of some of its critics.
You may be hoping tough talk in the IRS's independents.
Might keep its extra scrutiny of Tea Party groups from becoming a political issue for him -- that's probably unlikely quite frankly.
Obama says the IRS has to have absolute integrity.
And people have to believe it applies the laws in a nonpartisan way.
And he -- the investigation is really just getting started.
So -- wait and see.
What exactly all of the details and the facts are.
But I've got no patients swear that I will not tolerate it and we'll make sure.
That we find out exactly what happened moments.
A conservative columnist George will notes that one of Richard Nixon's articles of impeachment.
Involved using the IRS is against this political enemies and Tea Party leaders are just the skeptical.
I don't know whether it came from the top more than are -- night.
What I know is so there's no way it was just a couple of low level employees at a Cincinnati Ohio man read this much influence it can affect so many groups across the country.
Literally it was coaster -- But the IRS says -- assigned all tax exempt status reviews -- -- Cincinnati office a decade ago.
As a way to save money -- used to have a review process here in Washington.
-- -- to check for political implications of the decisions but that was canceled -- -- at that same news conference the president accuse Republican.
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