On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks stated that “vastly too much is being made” out of changes to the Post Office, and he doesn’t see any evidence that the changes are being done with any motive other than trying to save the agency.
Brooks began by saying, “Donald Trump’s comments are a serious issue. Because they will serve to proactively delegitimize the election if it comes out in a way his followers don’t like. And so, they will have an excuse. And they’ll say, see, Donald Trump said this all along. It was those mail-in ballots, a system that we know is honest.”