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Old 13th April 2019, 09:37 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Bob001 View Post
In that extremely unlikely event, those people themselves might have standing to go to court. But the IRS can't say "we only obey the law when we feel like it." In this case, the President is a government official, and the Congress is entitled to exercise oversight over the IRS and the President.
So, you are saying if Congress chose the most obviously inappropriate person to request tax returns for, the IRS is in no position to refuse? Even if the request explicitly said it was being done to violate the person's rights?
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