George's attempt to explain the shortcomings in this "scandal" will likely get far less attention than the initial allegations did.
Congressional Democrats demand that Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee call George back to the Hill to answer more questions under oath about the IRS targeting of progressive groups.
Mitch McConnell gives a speech in which he effectively acknowledges that the scandal has entered into fact free territory.
Elijah Cummings releases the full transcripts, after Darrell Issa refused to do the same.
Democrats give the GOP investigations ringleader until Monday to explain in more detail why he won't release transcripts of witness testimony on the IRS scandal.
Darrell Issa and other Republicans have already decided the White House directed IRS targeting, and will now search for evidence to prove it.
Huge majorities see the economy as a higher priority than the scandal-fest that has gripped Washington.
We may be seeing a rerun of the 1990s in more ways than one.
The press needs to regain some perspective on these stories.
At a certain point, Republicans will need to develop a set of actual policies to run on in future elections.