As Mr Trump took office, Mr Moore insisted on lower rates. In December, angry at the fourth increase this year, he urged Fed Chairman Jerome H. Powell to step down or be dismissed.
Trump has praised Mr Moore's opinion of the Fed, but it is unclear whether he can win the Senate confirmation.
Last year, I.R.S. filed a distraint against Mr Moore, linked to a $ 75,000 reverse charge. In an interview last week, Mr Moore described this detention as "a huge mistake" by the agency.
Mr. In an interview Thursday, Moore said he claimed for one tax year both the cost of his maintenance, which at that time had been deducted for all divorces, and the amount of his paid child support that he was not. He said the child benefit amounts to about $ 1
But Mr Moore said he was not just hit by a bill for reverse tax. After an audit, he said, I.R.S. believes that his return for this year is "deceitful" and does not allow any other deductions. With fines and charges the sum has exceeded $ 75,000, he said. Moore said he and his current wife have been trying for years to resolve the IR problem, including resolving disputes, but have not heard from the agency for nearly two years.