Postmaster Louis DeJoy has made a very powerful enemy: the U.S. Congress.
And here's how she plans to stop it.
DeJoy gives himself an "A" while unveiling plan to slash post office hours, hike postage prices.
U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy brought his usual brash, bullying self to his Congressional hearing, at one point snarling at Rep. Jim Cooper that he would be in this job for "a long time. Get used to me." Joe Biden was ready for him.
The House Oversight Committee—including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Katie Porter, and Rashida Tlaib, question Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. Expect fireworks.
The newly-disclosed memo shows that Republican Senate staff understood that DeJoy had in fact ordered the overtime reduction.
The move is seen as the first step in firing the wildly unpopular Louis DeJoy.
Outrage After Postal Service Misses Court-Ordered Election Day Deadline. "It's how we all thought they would do it. It's what they said they wouldn't do. And it's exactly what they are doing."
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW): "Reminder that Louis DeJoy still needs to be fired."
Trump claims to be worried about vote by mail fraud, yet the postmaster general is doing everything possible to support it.
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