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Reality Check: Inspector General may need to interview IRS agents again, This time under oath?

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FOX19 is continuing our exclusive investigation into the IRS targeting scandal.

Tuesday night we tracked the chain of command through the Cincinnati office.

Tonight, we are going to show you how that chain transitions into the Washington D.C. office, and why the Inspector General says he may need to question local agents again.

Ben has the Reality Check you won't see anywhere else.

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