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US election: Donald Trump opposes funding for US Postal Service because of mail voting

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US election: Donald Trump opposes funding for US Postal Service because of mail votingUS President Donald Trump has admitted he opposes giving the US Postal Service extra funding because he doesn't want to facilitate an increase in mail voting ahead of November's presidential election.Negotiations over a new coronavirus...
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