What you should know about USPS — and how it descended into crisis

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is expected to roll out his plan to reshape the nation’s mail service, making a deeper imprint on a government agency that has weathered a pandemic, a historic election and a crushing holiday season during his brief tenure.
The blueprint is sure to cause further delivery slowdowns — DeJoy said as much during a recent hearing on Capitol Hill — at a time when the U.S. Postal Service already is recording some of its worst performance metrics in generations. Cost-cutting measures the postal chief implemented over the summer have been blamed for much of those declines.
But the agency — and DeJoy’s role — is widely misunderstood.

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Told ya, Donnie, this plan would work. See ya at Mar Largo when the destruction is complete.

we all know the po has problems. but try and address them any your the bad guy? of course the wash post is a republican hating machine, owned by amazons founder.