A series of high-profile changes at the U.S. Postal Service and warning letters about delivering ballots on time for the November election have touched off a nationwide firestorm about the viability of the USPS during the coronavirus pandemic.Democrats and activists have accused President Trump and new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, a GOP donor and friend, of slowing down mail, removing equipment and underfunding the agency for election purposes.USPS WARNS 46 STATES IT CANNOT GUARANTEE MAIL-IN BALLOTS WILL ARRIVE IN TIME FOR ELECTIONNow the USPS inspector general is investigating congressional concerns about the changes in the postal system, Fox News has confirmed. In this May 5 photo, Jordan Smellie moves absentee ballots to be counted at City Hall in Garden City, Mich.  (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File) Alarm bells went off nationally when Thomas Marshall, general counsel and executive vice president of the Postal Service, sent letters warning 46 states and the District of Columbia that USPS cannot guarantee all ballots cast by mail will arrive in time to be counted in the November election, the Washington Post first reported.In his three months on the job, DeJoy has implemented a series of cost-cutting measures including a clampdown on overtime that postal workers had used to clear mail backlogs. He


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