Trump has supported the reform of the Postal service and the expansion of voting in person

The President stressed that the changes in the mail are not intended to affect the voting.

The US President Donald Trump has defended the reform of the Postal service ahead of the elections, despite criticism from Democrats and other opponents of this idea, and said that he would support efforts to increase voting in person.

On Monday, in an interview with Fox News, Trump said that he supports the proposal to increase the number of voting booths, early voting, and other measures, but again spoke out against voting by mail.

The President added that he wants the Postal service to “work effectively.”

“This is not about Trump,” he said, stressing that administrative changes are not being made to influence the organization of voting.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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