Sally Yates: Trump trying to 'sabotage' USPS

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Sally Yates: Trump trying to 'sabotage' USPS

Sally Yates: Trump trying to 'sabotage' USPS

Sally Yates, who was fired by President Donald Trump after just days on the job as his acting Attorney General, lambasted Trump at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday for targeting public servants and accused him of 'weaponizing' the Justice Department.

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