Former IRS chief’s top aide frequent WH visitor

Former IRS chief’s top aide frequent WH visitor

While congressional lawmakers are questioning why former Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Douglas Shulman paid dozens of visits to the White House during his tenure, Shulman’s top political aide seems to have spent even more time working side-by-side with members of the Obama administration.

White House visitor logs show Shulman’s chief of staff, Jonathan M. Davis, appears to have visited the White House and adjacent Eisenhower office building as many as 310 times between the fall of 2009 and February 2013.

Davis’ background is in technology and had no expertise on tax issues, according to some IRS sources who said Davis served mostly as a political aide who served with Shulman  to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, where Shulman was vice chairman, and then followed him to the IRS.

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