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Wait for that hearing to resist the IRS -- -- congressman Charlie Rangel is a member of the house Ways and Means Committee he.
Had his chance -- the questioning earlier joins us now from Capitol Hill are we getting any answers congressman your view this morning.
Yes we are at least.
We have one good thing this come out of that Republicans and Democrats together.
In trying to get the real answer is there's a lot of outrage is not that many.
-- that still -- directly was responsible.
How far opted to go and certainly.
How how often -- but certainly.
What has been done about it once they found out.
So we're we're -- that we've just started on hearings but I'm confident by the time today is Obama will have much more about your report.
But the administration whether it started in the bush administration and continued now.
This section of the law 501 -- -- lends itself to politically wrong doing and there's no substitute.
Extreme -- I had no that you brought that up congressman it's good to see you when you're in your questioning our -- and I've actually heard that from the Republicans as well talk about reforming the tax cut.
But what the American people want they want names they want to know who was responsible for starting all of this and they want the people gone.
Who -- who were responsible and why do you believe it will get any of that out of this hearing what is it gonna take to find out.
-- -- the root of all of us.
Were you flying that House of Representatives.
Politically united in this series.
That ended up itself it's showing the -- -- the how serious we -- taking this.
And the administration knows it.
And we're not gonna stop -- do we get to that you know it we got does the battle tens of thousands of IRS employees.
They have this -- it's a rough job we elected them.
We -- -- to the civil service that have nothing to do whether it.
And I think we -- -- -- to tax base and American citizens sick citizens.
-- get in and said that that would give them confidence in government.
That's the bottom line competence in government.
This may be a little too late but it congress to recover but certainly as relates to the IRS they deserve better than what they getting today.
We're gonna rejoin our coverage of this hearing on Capitol Hill it's just that's just resume -- congressman Rangel that would -- the question earlier thank you for a few minutes we appreciate your time.
Tonight got to get back and we always do so that we were gonna do it right now let's go back now.
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