“This is all another HOAX,” Trump says against Emergency Funding for US Postal Service

Trump on US Postal Service - This is all another HOAX says Trump
Trump on US Postal Service - This is all another HOAX says Trump

President Donald Trump has always shown his dislikes against US Postal Service. Trump made a new statement through Twitter against the approval of 25 billion dollars by the House. He says that the United States Postal Service is in no need of money. 

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The House approved legislation On Saturday approved 25 billion dollars to the US Postal Service and to ban any operational changes deployed by Trump’s postmaster general that have slowed down the mail service around the country. The bill passed with 257-150. 26 Republicans breaking with Trump and GOP leaders backed the bill along with every Democrat.

“We will pass the bill and it will be in a bipartisan way, and then we will send it to the Senate,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi told on Saturday before the vote. “They’ll be hearing from their constituents because this hits home.”

This is all another HOAX says Trump

President showed his dislike through Twitter writing “Representatives of the Post Office have repeatedly stated that they DO NOT NEED MONEY, and will not make changes. This is all another HOAX by the Democrats to give 25 Billion unneeded dollars for political purposes,  without talking about the Universal Mail-In Ballot Scam that they are trying to pull off in violation of everything that our country stands for. Vote NO to the Pelosi/ Schumer money-wasting HOAX which is taking place now. Then fight the $51 million unasked for Ballots. Only ABSENTEE BALLOTS are acceptable!”

This bill passed by the House on Saturday will ban all the changes made by Trump’s postmaster general. It will halt the shutdown of mail-sorting machines and any restrictions on overtime pay for employees. Through this bill, Postal Service will have to prioritize election mail as “first-class,” thus to ensure fast delivery of mail-in ballots.