Trump administration has not paid USPS for COVID-19 postcards featuring Trump’s name

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has not yet repaid the United States Postal Service more than six months after the agency sent out COVID-19 guidelines on postcards prominently featuring the president’s name.

USA TODAY reported earlier this year the total cost of printing and mailing the postcards was $28 million, with a total printing cost of $4.6 million, and the Trump administration was negotiating the reimbursement with the Postal Service for the cost.

But the bill for the postcards sent to 138 million residential addresses has still not been paid.

“No reimbursements have been made at this time,” said Postal Service spokesperson David Partenheimer.


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And yet I still see his dumb ass name on the mail!

You will not see a damn dime. Trump still owes cities money, from his 2016 campaign, and this is just his demeanor of screwing everyone he has ever been in contact with. He’s just a lying, con man a#shole and that is all he will ever be.

DeJoy will wipe the slate clean for him.

class act this guy ..get the money up front next time