The Washington Post reports:
The U.S. Postal Service’s Board of Governors signaled strong support for Louis DeJoy on Wednesday after convening a closed-door meeting with the embattled postal chief to discuss congressional investigations tied to the agency’s delivery problems and allegations of political fundraising improprieties.
Members of the board, dominated 4 to 2 by Republican members appointed by President Trump, told The Post that the body fully backs the postmaster general, who has held the job for 87 days.
“He has 100 percent board support,” William Zollars, a Republican governor of the board, said in a phone interview. “From a logistics and operations standpoint, Louis DeJoy is as good as it gets. He has support on both sides of the aisle.”