So what if a former FBI agent misled Congress about inappropriately using his authority as an FBI agent.
You people act all surprised about someone abusing Federal authority in this administration like it's something new.
At least it's a different aspect this time, from all appearances, he's not a tax cheat.
But it does follow a pattern. Put tax cheats in charge of tax policy and put someone who's abused his power as a Federal officer in charge of the TSA. Makes sense to me.