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Politics GOP lawmaker to introduce legislation to mandate picture of president, VP at post offices

01:10  05 april  2018
01:10  05 april  2018 Source:   thehill.com

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Dan Donovan (R-N.Y.) is planning to introduce legislation that will mandate that post offices of the U.S. Postal Service display photos of the A draft of the legislation Donovan plans to introduce says it would require that official portraits of the president and vice president be displayed

A draft of the legislation Donovan plans to introduce says it would require that official portraits of the president and vice president be displayed side-by-side. thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/381693- gop - lawmaker - to - introduce - legislation - to - mandate - picture - of - president - vp

Rep. Dan Donovan (R-N.Y.) is planning to introduce legislation that will mandate that post offices of the U.S. Postal Service display photos of the president and the vice president.

A draft of the legislation Donovan plans to introduce says it would require that official portraits of the president and vice president be displayed side-by-side.

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The proposal comes after a Staten Island resident alerted Donovan that a local post office put up photos of former President Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden, but did not display photos of President Trump or Vice President Pence.

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GOP lawmaker to introduce legislation to mandate picture of president , VP at post offices we all bow at King Trump's feet! The proposal comes after a Staten Island resident alerted Donovan that a local post office put up photos of former President Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden

Donovan is facing a primary challenge from former Rep. Michael Grimm, who finished an eight-month prison sentence in 2016 for pleading guilty to tax fraud and famously once threatened to throw a reporter off a balcony.

Donovan won a special election to fill the seat after Grimm resigned in early 2015.

Grimm has been aggressively running to the right of Donovan since launching his campaign and has been trumpeting his support for Trump.

So far, Republicans are largely sticking with Donovan as they look to fend off Democrats who are itching to flip the seat. Trump carried the district by 10 points in 2016, after Obama won it narrowly in 2012.

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