USPS chief concedes changes causing delays but won’t restore sorting machines | US news | The Guardian

Louis DeJoy, left, on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on 5 August.

America’s postmaster general, Louis DeJoy, conceded on Friday he had implemented recent changes that led to mail delays at the United States Postal Service (USPS) but said he would not reverse the decision to remove mail equipment ahead of the election.

USPS chief concedes changes causing delays but won’t restore sorting machines | US news | The Guardian