Trump refuses to fund the U.S. Postal service because he opposes the postal vote

On August 14, US President trump announced on August 13 that he opposed providing additional funds for the U.S. Postal service, and acknowledged that his position would cause a shortage of funds for the U.S. Postal Service. Some people said that during the outbreak, the post office needed the money to handle the expected surge of postal votes. < / P > < p > it is reported that trump once again claimed that people are pushing for a referendum by mail, and without providing evidence, he made a prediction that the referendum by mail will lead to massive voter fraud in the November election. In an interview with Fox, trump said that the crux of the new round of anti epidemic relief in Congress lies in the demand for billions of dollars to be used to let states protect elections and to help postal staff handle postal votes. < / P > < p > the negotiations on a new round of anti epidemic relief plan are almost over, but the White House and congressional leaders are far apart on the scale, scope and methods of solving the problems of supporting families, reopening schools and setting up a national strategy to contain the virus. < / P > < p > when negotiating with the Republican Party on a huge anti epidemic bill, some people hope to win $10 billion for the post office, including the fund to sponsor postal votes. < / P > < p > recently appointed by trump, U.S. postmaster general dejoy told the postal administration last week: “although the number of election mail may increase unprecedentedly due to the epidemic, the post office has enough capacity to deliver all election mail safely and on time according to our delivery standards, and we will do it.” < / P > < p > but according to a memo obtained by the associated press, the post office leadership has pushed for the cancellation of overtime work and stopped the delivery schedule needed to ensure that mail arrives on time. Staff and union leaders at the Bureau said the measures were delaying service. Other records show that post office hours have been cut, including on Saturdays and at noon.