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US Postmaster-General delays Postal Service changes which Democrats said were aimed at helping Donald Trump win re-election

US Postmaster-General Louis DeJoy says he will suspend all changes to mail services until after the November election, bowing to an outcry from Democrats who called the moves an attempt to boost President Donald Trump's re-election chances.

Mr DeJoy’s announcement came amid rising pressure from critics who accuse Mr Trump of deliberately gutting the already cash-strapped US Postal Service (USPS) in order to slow the handling of mail-in ballots, which could account for as many as half of all votes cast in November’s election as the coronavirus pandemic raises fears of crowds.

  • ABC News

Mr Trump has repeatedly and without evidence claimed that an…

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