Biden believes Postal Service leadership ‘can do better,’ White House says, as DeJoy faces scrutiny
The White House on Thursday swiped at Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, signaling a change in leadership at the U.S. Postal Service could be coming once President Biden‘s picks for the agency’s board of governors are confirmed.
“The president is committed to the Postal Service’s success, which is why yesterday he nominated three extremely qualified individuals to fill the empty spots on the board of governors,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters at a briefing.
“And the American people highly value the Postal Service and the men and women who deliver our mail every day and are working hard to do exactly that,” she continued. “But I think we can all agree, most Americans would agree, that the Postal Service needs leadership that can and will do a better job.”