President Trump nominates Donald Lee Moak to the USPS Board of Governors.

President Trump has nominated Donald Lee Moak, a Florida resident, to be a member of the USPS Board of Governors.

Moak, formerly president of the Air Line Pilots Association, is founder and chief executive officer of the Moak Group, a public affairs firm.

The nomination will be for the remainder of a seven-year term expiring Dec. 8, 2022.

The U.S. Senate must confirm nominees before they join the board.

The governors are the principal officers of the Postal Service. The board is similar to a board of directors, conducting long-range planning and setting strategic policies, among other duties.


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Trump’s been really busy lately…. appointing all those judges and USPS board members that Obama was too lazy to do…. what a president that Obama was… SMH

We are so honored to serve and love a President who understands that logistics is the reason for the USPS downfall! We civilians can’t get a letter in the same state delivered in 3 or 4 days with automated processing!! Unskilled and ignorant management and nepotism which is illegal are the reasons President Trump should never bail out the postal service! Infrastructure (framework) needs attention and he is the President to make it happen! #TRUMP2020 #DRAINTHESWAMP #US

You are talking about nepotism?? What do you call his whole family with jobs in his administration?

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