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Jim Jordan Presses IRS to Explain Unannounced Visit to Matt Taibbi’s Home

Rep. Jim Jordan (R‑Ohio) on Monday demanded answers from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about why an IRS agent allegedly made an in-person visit to the New Jersey home of investigative journalist Matt Taibbi, with Jordan suggesting possible witness intimidation.
Jordan penned a letter to IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, in which the House Judiciary Committee Chairman requested all documents and communications relating to the IRS’s alleged field visit to Taibbi’s New Jersey home on March 9, the same day the journalist appeared before Congress to testify on government abuse.
“In light of the hostile reaction to Mr. Taibbi’s reporting among left-wing activists, and the IRS’s history as …

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