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54000 dollars that was spent on items promotional items for the IRS employees -- like this -- is leading in the future.
-- all this was part of the -- environment in which they threw a four million dollar party for themselves leading into the future.
-- leading into the future teamwork inaction in your leadership journey all about you know our tax dollars being spent an inappropriate way -- And we know this is a nice leather bag.
-- some of the stuff made but this was made in China many of these things are made in China so they've -- we're not even buying American.
But you know it shows that that this was a party they threw themselves a four million dollar party.
And do we know.
About how much these things cost that we have on that.
Table here -- always -- like items were around 64000 dollars or about 3000.
Of these promotional items that were given in addition to the the lavish suites that the parties that were thrown congressman.
We want to ask you in this inspector general report here.
We see in addition to the items given here in this wag bag as we college various promotional items totaling approximately 27000.
We've seen the footnote these items were purchased -- the human capital office.
For approximately 730 dollars were given to attendees at the information quarter as well as during -- conference workshop.
They consisted of various items including key chain is plastic coins -- miniature stuffed animals in plastic.
This fish is not from the conference it's very similar to the ones given out we assume it's roughly 3000 which is a number of attendees I ask you sir.
What in the world does an IRS -- need with.
A plastic -- -- kind of -- minister presents the fishy things that we're going on the IRS that this is -- -- and it just shows obviously these people were attending a party.
And they use taxpayers' dollars to throw it.
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