In an interview on Fox Business Network, Donald Trump said that he opposed additional funding for the USPS to avoid fraud in mail-in voting.
The Associated Press also reported that Postal Service leadership wants to eliminate overtime and halt late delivery trips, which are sometimes needed to ensure mail arrives on time. Additional records detail cuts to hours at post offices, including reductions on Saturdays and during lunch hours. Postal workers and union officials have criticized these measures and say they are delaying service.
Trump has criticized mail-in voting for months, baselessly asserting that it will lead to voter fraud. Logically checked if mail-in voting would lead to an increase in voter fraud and found that voter fraud is very rare in the United States, and mail-in ballots will not substantially increase the risk of voter fraud.