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We had a meeting around so far that would get a TVs and he alleviate any progress or.
That's good get get get to -- good to -- I don't.
Nobody does RS latest -- -- of acting commissioner Stephen Miller's resignation somebody had to go he.
Here's what Stephen Miller said in in his letter to his IRS colleagues quote.
It is with regret that I will be departing from the IRS as my acting assignment ends in early June.
That's not much of -- resignation as it.
Wow dollar though is that it's and it's never because -- been forced out it's always gotten into giving us a lot of thought much time for me to go to moving on other opportunities it sounds like he's.
Added assignment -- acting commissioner and in early June also he's at -- Well I mean he's he's a crisis actors what my my point was he's the first in what will be what a series of dismissals right up what should be hopefully -- not been.
-- there are only part what is it that much of dismissal if he was scheduled to leave -- a couple with each anyway now point taken you absolutely correct on this.
Scott Kennedy I -- actually act a little sorry for Miller I didn't.
I am worried as I'm sure you are it may take him weeks if not maybe a month to find a lobbyist position.
That is that that's the best job in Washington right -- that it appeared on the site.
And lobbying yeah I used to be at domesticated yeah now most coveted world.
I don't know why they call and lobby is what's what's the deal with the lobbying no lobbying congress agree every.
I don't know I know -- and I noticed him because of the Willard Hotel yeah that was built just prior to the the civil war.
Although the individuals would hang out there looking for favorites from the president grants and so they were called lobbyist as they would hang up a lot -- he's right -- -- White House.
Yeah no thank you I was on my -- -- residents grant Putnam.
Yeah yeah yeah why -- we all like telling that's like some special information.
It's a lobbyist of course there from the lobby and yeah that's you know the name of the hotel did you nine and now you know with that -- iron and.
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I thought Tommy -- the president's friends really aren't turning on him and -- I think you may be right earlier tonight Chris Matthews with back to blaming these scandals on.
Right wing -- use can't stand the fact we have a black president because they believe in white supremacy.
-- that he say that yeah I mean of course in a couple of days you're gonna go right back and here's what I did with Kennedy is that she thinks.
They sports scandals that once they like it this way get the force can't turn on the -- a couple of days turn it off again not elaborate.
-- bill I'm with you I'm guessing Charlie Rangel hasn't been a big fan of the IRS since at least 2010.
I'm guessing that he probably -- that conveniently literally.
Not an -- What.
Not and Kennedy are with you -- regarding David Axelrod at the absolute hilarity of the liberals saying what the government's too big we can't know everything that's going on.
He had anything that they -- point four thank you get an actor -- now million I don't know what that's like that's saying.
All I am so fat I can't possibly know how much I'm eating.
Same idea in.
There how much tried out on the five tomorrow there's some of -- work some of my C material here right -- it sometimes.
All the time.
Not just take it.
Kind of the department does as a Tommy -- all the -- the Democrats are against leaks you mentioned Julian Assange in the New York Times during the Bush Administration.
You could flip that could you certainly a lot of Republicans are applied to the government's going after leaders.
Yeah I guess you could -- you know -- the this is like.
In this started back when I mean they've done the Pentagon papers -- -- this -- romance about the press I think we're over it's I mean getting these then -- brass.
He's like a sovereign nation and -- -- no friend -- the united us First Amendment.
How would those founding fathers think it.
They obviously didn't have to unity.
Is that some kind of disorder.
My -- -- -- right -- -- -- -- did your conflicted about this story that.
-- week was really bad.
Which I get what what what's the rationale here for the DOJ not following the usual guidelines notifying the Associated Press in advance that it was -- subpoena the records.
Well they're saying that it's because that could have threaten the investigation how to that I don't know what that's that's -- -- -- -- any sane person would ask that exact question there it makes no sense.
And you know what -- did that the worst part about this is when you do an investigation like this and they said April 20 to age twenty.
Phone records that are you know I don't mind what that means is thought to pulling to the call logs off what does -- that you must with a call -- he got all those numbers that's a lot of numbers considering these people are reporters not to investigate all those numbers you got to reverse engineer back goes out -- tonight not just investigating the reporters investigating all these private citizens they're dealing with.
Now the whole think makes absolutely no sense the -- my -- justified -- captain so -- -- that doesn't it make it harder to find.
The needle in the haystack what does and again and again I'm not I don't know him on -- I I am definitely right on board with finding out the source of the Lleyton.
But you don't do it this way you got a much easier way -- -- way to do it right.
I wonder how -- I -- not again I can go back to saint -- because maybe somebody will be listening over the DOJ at some point.
Polygraph the people who had access into this information it would it would -- Yeah I wish it was somebody to white outside I was we don't know by now.
-- you -- you -- was despite because I didn't know any better yet because that's are there any human leaks.
In public -- sense archive from -- they -- Andrea -- together Amtrak campaign always talking about -- many -- -- a little bit of awkward -- that he needed to -- it but I didn't he do that in a way you what the -- -- six didn't like he was talking -- they told -- not -- -- -- -- but he was doing just because he uses you know talking about it from them.
I guess personally.
And I remember the fuss over Valerie -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- got that oh my -- I -- yeah just that they -- the fact that this -- haven't worked for the government between -- and spreads for Vanity -- everybody knew what she did for a -- married to a high profile ambassador -- yeah that's that was a real well you know certain -- not exactly they went crazy over that.
And and this.
-- it's just a manufactured and -- I'm telling Rangel doesn't want to compare Obama to Nixon.
But when Obama and in fact it's so much -- -- regular.
It's just how much -- if there is there -- compare it.
That you believe that he's seriously why I think I what Nixon did and creating -- EPA with my -- I have a color you need it.
I want to ask Mike a question about the about Ryan -- The guy was kicked out of Russia whose time you talk about the week.
The efforts visas he was in possession of two floppy wigs three pairs of glasses and them map of Moscow when he was detained -- -- it -- Austin Powers.
He's on the power up and -- You know what sometimes I don't know who I was I don't -- IA analysts speculate about what what the story was -- who who -- -- what was going on -- but all I'm saying -- Yeah sometimes you gotta dumb things down and in the world of of of -- very -- sometimes the simplest -- -- the best -- -- -- -- -- --
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