It began with a gas station in Afghanistan that should have cost less than $500,000 but reportedly cost $43 million U.S. tax dollars. The deal was cut by a federal agency that has spent $800 million tax dollars to date. When the Inspector General who polices all that spending started to dig inhe became the target of a campaign to discredit his work.
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