Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Whitaker contends that the IRS audited both him and his law partner because of their association with various conservative organizations. Whitaker made the allegation while speaking to a few dozen Republican activists Tuesday morning at a Des Moines area conservative breakfast club.
Whitaker and Bill Gustoff, one of the partners in his law firm, are the registered agents for at least three conservative organizations that were established in 2010. Whitaker is listed as the registered agent for Iowans for Prosperity. Gustoff is listed as the registered agent for The Des Moines Tea Party and Iowa Firearms Coalition. Whitaker says that the IRS has recently audited both him and Gustoff.
Whitaker said that he recently settled his audit with the IRS and it was determined that he did not own any additional money.
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