House Democrats push forward with $25B Post Office bill, GOP dismisses rare Saturday vote as a ‘joke’

The House of Representatives kicked off heated debate Saturday morning over a $25 billion funding bill for the United States Postal Service (USPS) that Democrats say is needed to prevent President Trump from trying to “destroy” the Post Office before the 2020 mail-in election, while Republicans dismissed this “conspiracy theory” and blasted Democrats for staging a purely political vote between two presidential conventions.
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