Trump donor Louis DeJoy was sued by Montana Gov. Steve Bullock due to delays in mail and potential impacts on mail-in voting. DeJoy agreed to roll back all service changes nationwide.
As alarm mounts over President Trump's daily attacks and cuts to the postal service, Americans still have effective tools to make their lawmakers step up.
Louis DeJoy, who is expected to begin serving in his role on June 15, has donated more than $2 million to the Trump campaign and Republican causes since 2016.
If the USPS doesn’t receive at least $89 billion in emergency funding from Congress, it could run out of money and fail by September.