Louis DeJoy was sued by his brother Dominick for allegedly siphoning money from the trucking company founded by their father.
DeJoy allegedly reimbursed employees from his company for donations to GOP candidates - which is illegal.
Questioning by Congresswoman Katie Porter highlighted how Postmaster General Louis DeJoy doesn't know the basics of his agency and refuses to take responsibility for changes at USPS that will hurt millions of Americans.
Louis LeJoy said "I don't see why I would commit here right now to resigning for any reason," even if the inspector general finds misconduct on his part.
After reminding PMG DeJoy that delaying the delivery of the mail is a crime, Rep. Jim Cooper asks him "Is your backup plan to be pardoned like Roger Stone?"
Rep. Stephen Lynch takes PMG Louis DeJoy to task for managing to destroy the reliability of the USPS in just a few weeks, and for refusing to reinstall mailboxes and equipment that has been removed.
Watch House Democrats question Trump's postmaster general.
The House of Representatives convened a special session on Saturday, specifically to address the Postal Service crisis created by the Trump administration, as hundreds of rallies took place in nearly every U.S. state.
Documents obtained by a watchdog group reveal that Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin met with the Postal Service Board of Governors in February "to discuss the search for a new postmaster general."
Louis DeJoy appears before a friendly Senate committee. The real fireworks are expected next week, during the House hearing.
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