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Kevin McCarthy trumpeted a debt-ceiling deal Sunday, but increasing debt by another $4 trillion with minimal concessions is nothing to boast about. 

To be fair, the House speaker has a razor-slim majority and Republicans don’t control the Senate, where Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his sidekick Lindsey Graham have announced that the only thing they care about is Ukraine. 

But McCarthy’s one dealbreaker should have been his promise to defund President Biden’s massive $80 billion to turbocharge an already weaponized IRS. 

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This was the totemic centerpiece of his pitch to become a speaker.

It was the most memorable promise of the Republicans’ midterm campaign to win back the House. 

It struck a chord with voters, wary of funding a new “army” of armed IRS agents to harass middle-class families and small business owners and abuse their powers to target political dissidents, Soviet-style. 

“Our very first bill will repeal the funding for 87,000 new IRS agents,” McCarthy vowed. 

“You see, we believe government should be to help you, not go after you.” 

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