Postmaster General mocks Dems: You’re stuck with me forever
Louis DeJoy had defiant news on Wednesday for those who wanted to oust him as US Postmaster General: “Get used to me.”
The comment came after Rep. Jim Cooper (D-TN) asked the embattled US Postal Service chief during a House Oversight Committee hearing on Wednesday how long he would stay as Postmaster General – “long time,” DeJoy spat back.
This exchange was a clue to the whole process, often fragile, combative, and fueled by outrage from Democratic lawmakers over DeJoy’s handling of the USPS at a time of increasing mail delays and difficult questions about the long-term viability of the service.
DeJoy’s bang at Cooper made the Democrats’ blood boil even more. But maybe he has one point, at least for the time being: because the Postmaster General …