“Seinfeld” star Wayne Knight reprized the role of Newman, the postman of the popular sitcom, to answer President Trump for interfering with the US postal service.
The 65-year-old actor wore a postman suit and made his anti-Trump stance very clear for the public service announcement (PSA) sponsored by the liberal group PACRONYM.
“Hello postcodes and you plus four – you know who you are. According to this month’s issue of Dr. Roberta Greenburg’s subscription to Time magazine, there has been a systematic and premeditated assault on the US mail by President Trump and of his so-called general mail manager, “Knight says in the character, before spitting on the ground.
“That boy never even licked a stamp!”
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Knight called the US post office debacle a “nightmare”. “When the mail stops, the world stops!” He added.
Like Newman, Knight went on to declare that he was not a “political person”, noting that the last time he voted was “for the taste of the month in Baskin Robins”.
“But take it from me, a postman. If you want to vote in advance and in person, do it. Want to vote from home? Apply for the ballot and get it in as soon as possible. My brothers and sisters and I in blue will do our best to make sure your vote gets delivered, “he said.
In a hilarious series of events, Newman opens an email, takes out a cookie and starts chewing it as two unidentified men in black suits and masks behind him walk away with the United States Postal Service mailbox.
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“Hey! You picked the wrong civil servants to joke with!” shout.
Newman then concluded with a direct message to Trump.
“Okay Donnie, do you know those tax returns? The ones you don’t want anyone to see? You should never have mailed them,” he said with his typical sinister laugh.
Knight’s PSA adds to the long list of celebrities who have spoken in recent months about Trump’s controversy with the United States Postal Service and postal voting. In August, Taylor Swift reacted to Trump’s reluctance to help the cash-strapped agency on Twitter.
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“Trump’s calculated dismantling of the USPS clearly demonstrates one thing: HE IS WELL AWARE that we do not want him as our president. He has chosen to blatantly cheat and risk the lives of millions of Americans in an attempt to maintain power,” Swift tweeted.
Meanwhile, singer Cher has expressed interest in becoming a volunteer at the agency, but a USPS spokesperson confirmed to Fox News that the agency does not accept volunteers.