I disagree with Catherine Rampell’s conjecture in her Dec. 23 op-ed, “Why did the IRS fumble on Trump audits?,” that the Inner Income Service might need dropped the ball on former president Donald Trump’s tax audits for benign causes akin to disorganization or incompetence. Mr. Trump demanded loyalty like no earlier president. He fired personnel with impunity, and, in no less than one case, tried to remove a pension. He ridiculed them in public in the event that they did not do his bidding or embarrassed him in any approach.