Louis DeJoy Had More Than A Dozen Potential Conflicts Of Interest Upon Taking Charge Of USPS, Documents Suggest

Louis DeJoy held investments in 14 companies that have done business with the U.S. Postal Service when he took office as U.S. postmaster general, according to newly released documents that an ethics watchdog believes point to potential conflicts of interest, one in a string of ethics issues the controversial DeJoy has faced, though USPS denies he did anything wrong.

When he became postmaster general in June 2020, DeJoy and his family trusts had business interests in DeJoy’s former employer XPO Logistics and AT&T, CVS, Verizon, UnitedHealth, Lockheed Martin, Capital One, Discover Financial Services, Dominion Energy, Honeywell International, IBM, Regions Bank, Travelers Insurance and JPMorgan Chase, according to the documents, which ethics watchdog Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington obtained through a public records lawsuit and were first reported by NBC News.


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More of the same manufactured bullshit fake news stuff that the left bullied President Trump with for 4 years….

They do not want a realist to come in and upset the union gravy train of overpaid and mismanaged.

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