"I think that there is interference, because the President himself said on national television Thursday night, that he did not support the funding for the Post Office, and that he literally admitted that he was opposed to mail-in voting. He said it. And I can't think of anything more undemocratic than saying you oppose mail and voting when obviously in the in the face of a pandemic, more people are turning to mail-in voting," Maloney said.
An investigation into the changes has now been ordered by Maloney via her position as chair of the House Oversight Committee. A hearing is scheduled for September 17th with DeJoy expected to appear.