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Biden surprises with USPS board shake-up; key DeJoy allies to be replaced

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Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi talks with Rachel Maddow about the unexpected announcement that President Joe Biden intends to nominate two new members of the U.S. Postal Service board, removing key allies of Trump postmaster general Louis DeJoy, and likely setting the stage for his replacement.