In other news, U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy says he's delaying any further changes to the Post Office until after the election. A group of state attorneys general are filing a lawsuit to block the changes and it's not clear what this means for their lawsuit.
Meanwhile, the Chamber of Commerce says a majority of their members won't implement Trump's payroll tax deferral because they don't want to be stuck with the bill next year.
Finally, the United Association of Union Plumbers and Pipefitters says that while they disagree with Joe Biden on some things, like the Keystone XL pipeline, they're endorsing Biden because Trump hasn't done jack shit for them.
[UA’s general president Mark McManus], meanwhile, suggested Trump was mostly talk when it came to infrastructure spending, especially because the GOP had full control of Congress for two years.
“Donald Trump said that he was going to have the biggest, hugest infrastructure package America has ever seen,” McManus said. “We’ve waited four years. We’ve come up with zero, quite frankly.”
Russ Breckenridge, the union’s director of legislative and political affairs, said members were also discouraged by efforts by Trump’s Labor Department to “severely undermine and weaken union apprenticeship programs.”
Anyone remember "Infrastructure Week?"