Its mid-level managers say they’re adamant about protecting the IRS from political influence

It happened in the Obama administration and again during the Trump administration. The IRS appearing to engage in politically influenced activities. Earlier it was denying tax exemptions to conservative non-profits. Then it was audits of people not favored by the White House. For how audits are supposed to work, and mainly do, Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke with the president of the Professional Managers Association, Chad Hooper.