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Mail delivery standards in parts of the country remain well below levels prior to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's cost-cutting overhaul of the Postal Service in July, a new report from a Senate Democrat found Friday.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's former company landed a $5 million highway-shipping contract last month with the United States Postal Service. DeJoy continued to own a multimillion-dollar stake in XPO Logistics as of early October.

Mail delivery standards in parts of the country remain well below levels prior to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's cost-cutting overhaul of the Postal Service in July, a new report from a Senate Democrat found Friday.

Mail Service Deteriorated After Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s Arrival, Watchdog Found

Delays have plagued the Postal Service during the coronavirus pandemic and worsened under a series of cost-cutting policies implemented by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's former company landed a $5 million highway-shipping contract last month with the United States Postal Service.

Delays have plagued the Postal Service during the coronavirus pandemic and worsened under a series of cost-cutting policies implemented by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.

Delays have plagued the Postal Service during the coronavirus pandemic and worsened under a series of cost-cutting policies implemented by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's former company landed a $5 million highway-shipping contract last month with the United States Postal Service.

Dramatic & lasting slowdown in mail delivery flowed from actions Postmaster General Louis DeJoy—major Trump donor with no prior @USPS  experience—initiated or which were accelerated after he took office in June, @WSJ  rpts:

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The news cycle may have moved on, but don't lose sight of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's corruption. He owns between $30,000,000 and $75,000,000 of assets in USPS competitors.

We know the Postmaster General is sabotaging the @USPS . And now we’ve learned that he may have broken federal and state campaign finance laws. Louis DeJoy must resign – and if he won’t, the Board of Governors should use their power to remove him.

In the past 3 months, the Postal Service has paid Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's former company $14M. Meanwhile, DeJoy continues to have a stake in the company worth at least $30M and was paid $1.86M last year. If this isn't a conflict of interest, I don't know what is.

Your reminder that Postmaster General Louis DeJoy owns between $30,000,000 and $75,000,000 of assets in USPS competitors.

Trump Postmaster General Louis DeJoy just testified that more than 600 mail sorting machines that were removed will NOT be reinstalled — including 135 machines in the key battleground states of Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Congress must force his hand.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's investments in @USPS  competitors were already deeply problematic. But his purchase of @amazon  stock options after his appointment is inexcusable. The @OIGUSPS  must investigate this corruption.

INBOX: Top House Dem Hakeem Jeffries and Rep. Ted Lieu are urging the FBI “to evaluate whether Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, or Members of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Postal Service, committed any crimes in light of nationwide delays and issues with USPS.”

The assault by President Trump & his mega-donor Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on the Postal Service threatens lives, livelihood & life of our American democracy. I am calling on the House to return to vote on Chairwoman Maloney’s "Delivering for America Act." #DontMessWithUSPS 

Just this past Sunday, Trump said he hadn’t spoken to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. But WH confirms the two met last week on Monday. A WH spokesman says it was a meeting to congratulate DeJoy on being confirmed. DeJoy was confirmed in May.

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Louis DeJoy, Trump donor, now Postmaster General: — slowed mail delivery — decided mail-in ballots will require first-class 55-cent postage rather than the normal 20-cent bulk rate — owns between $30M and $75M of assets in competitors to the USPS Suspicious?

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