In late June, Joe Biden claimed President Donald Trump “wants to
cut off money for the post office so they cannot deliver mail-in
ballots.” At the time, we wrote that the presumptive Democratic
presidential nominee had no evidence of Trump’s ulterior motive — but now he does.
In an Aug. 13 interview, Trump admitted that he opposes a
coronavirus pandemic relief bill crafted by the House Democrats
because it includes funding the U.S. Postal Service and state
election officials — funding that Trump said is needed to allow
the Postal Service to handle an expected surge in mail-in voting.