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President Trump, Restore IRS Credibility Now

By Jay Sekulow1489075136296

As President Trump focuses on implementing changes across the federal government, there’s one agency that desperately needs his attention – and his penchant for change – the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

For many years now, we have been battling a corrupt IRS in federal court. This is a lawless IRS that wrongly targeted grassroots conservatives during the Obama administration.

As I reported here last year, we’re not the only ones critical of an untrustworthy IRS. Consider the words of a federal appeals court judge.

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