Magazine September 7, 2020, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

• Andrew Cuomo has done the impossible: make us miss Mario Cuomo.

• The great Postal Service coup of 2020 is over, at least for now. Democrats alleged that the postmaster general, Louis DeJoy, a major Trump donor, was working to thwart mail-in voting by delaying delivery of the mail. Characteristically, Trump stoked the controversy by saying that if Democrats didn’t get the additional funding for the post office in their latest stimulus bill, there could be no universal mail-in voting. In fact, the proposed $25 billion is for a general bailout that has nothing to do with mail-in voting. And

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