Meadows: Finance account of the Democrats’ postal service means a political statement

Staff of the White House Mark MeadowsMark Randall MeadowsHouse passes B bill to increase Postal Service Sunday shows example: Republicans go to national convention, USPS debate continues in Washington Meadows appears in Capitol to talk to Pelosi amid stalemate over coronavirus MORE Sunday, Democratic leaders’ legislation decided on funding from the U.S. Postal Service, calling it a ‘political statement’.

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“The Speaker said she was not ready to do any piece, and yet we have a piece of legislation on a Saturday,” he continued, shaking Pelosi for not introducing similar standalone bills on issues such as improved unemployment. “If we’ll take this seriously, let’s take this seriously.”

The House of Representatives on Saturday passed a $ 25 billion bill that would prevent the USPS from making any changes to its operations that could slow the delivery of mailed ballots for this fall’s elections.

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“I think what we have is that we need to make sure our polls are safe and we need to make sure the polling stations stay there,” Meadows replied. “I think what the president is really doing is to make sure that if you want to show up and vote in person, we have to make sure that’s safe.”

The White House Chief of Staff suggested that the presence of legislation would be necessary, because “sometimes … because of social distance, we see much more aggressive behavior than I’ve ever seen in a supermarket.”

“To the extent that we will deploy thousands of sheriffs, no,” he added.