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PBS NewsHour | Clip | In testimony, DeJoy denies intent to disrupt mail-in voting

The USPS postmaster general testified before a Senate committee Friday, facing lawmaker scrutiny of recent policy changes that have reportedly caused widespread delays in mail delivery. Democrats have accused Louis DeJoy of sabotage, saying he’s trying to limit voting by mail, which is expected to surge this fall due to the pandemic. William Brangham reports and joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.

0:07:52 | AIRED: 8/21/2020 |
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