TDR Live: Cops Caught Donating to Kyle Rittenhouse

The Damage Report host John Iadarola is joined by Brett Erlich, host of TYT’s Happy Half Hour, to break down today’s top stories.

Chicago releases body-cam footage of the fatal police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo. A data breach at a crowdfunding website shows donations to Kyle Rittenhouse from serving public officials. Pat Robertson has a surprising take on the Daunte Wright shooting. Twitter permanently bans Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe. Chrissy Teigen returns to Twitter after swearing off the platform. It’s time to take out the trash! Find out who John, Brett and you (yes, you!) picked as the Garbage Person of the week.

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"The head of the IRS calculated that tax evasion in the U.S. may total $1 trillion a year, a figure that is multiples higher than previous estimates from the federal government.

Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Chuck Rettig told a Senate panel Tuesday that previous tallies of the tax gap — which came to a cumulative amount of about $441 billion for the three years through 2013 — didn’t include some tax-evasion techniques that weren’t on the agency’s radar at the time.

New estimates include the use of cryptocurrency, he said. Offshore tax evasion, illegal income that goes undetected by the IRS and underreporting from pass-through businesses also contribute to a larger than previously known tax gap, Rettig said.

“I think it would not be outlandish to believe that the actual tax gap could approach and possibly exceed $1 trillion per year,” Rettig told the Senate Finance Committee.

The ballooning difference between the tax dollars owed and what is actually collected by the IRS is an increasing point of focus on Capitol Hill, where a rising number of lawmakers are coming to see more aggressive tax enforcement as a way to boost government revenue."

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