Postal workers union backs Biden, slams Trump for undermining agency

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The feeling is apparently mutual.

The union that represents nearly 300,000 active and retired U.S. postal workers came out Friday against President Trump — a vocal critic of the postal service he oversees — opting instead to endorse his Democratic opponents Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

The move comes just a day after Trump said he opposed more funding for the U.S. Postal Service, which he acknowledged would hobble its efforts to process crucial mail-in ballots during this November’s presidential election.

It also comes on the heels of a report in Vice that the Postal Service is quietly disposing of mail sorting machines, which workers say will slow their efforts to process ballots.

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