President Trump’s new postmaster general, Louis DeJoy, has been in hot water lately. First, the North Carolina businessman and Trump donor proposed sweeping policy changes within the USPS in the crucial months leading up to a presidential election that is expected to see unprecedented levels of mail-in voting. He suspended those changes after reports of delays and management problems within the postal service, but Democrats say he has yet to provide the House Oversight Committee with documents related to his proposed changes. He also apparently doesn’t know how much it costs to mail a postcard.
That’s all bad, but it’s not illegal. The latest scandal, unearthed by The Washington Post, regards DeJoy’s financial contributions to GOP politicians...Read More