“Amazon and other companies like it (the U.S. post office) and they come and drop all their mail into the post office,” trump said in an interview with the media. They put down thousands of packages and said, “here you are, you can deliver them.” For the post office, the average loss per package is $3 to $4, and we’ve lost too much. ” < / P > < p > trump also said that post offices could solve financial problems by increasing delivery fees to offset the increase in delivery costs caused by online retailers. “That guy should be rich, so let him pay,” trump said According to the report, trump seems to be alluding to Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon. < / P > < p > as early as 2018, trump once accused Amazon of using the U.S. post office to run errands for itself. On March 31, 2018, trump once accused Amazon: “the U.S. post office lost an average of $1.50 per package delivered to Amazon, totaling billions of dollars. This mechanism has to stop and Amazon has to pay the corresponding fees and taxes. ” < / P > < p > on April 2 and 3, trump attacked Amazon twice again, saying: “only a fool or a fool would say that a loss making post office would make money because of Amazon’s business. On the contrary, they have lost money, and this situation will change. ” < / P > < p > in mid April 2018, trump issued an executive order to investigate the financial situation of the U.S. post office. Under the executive order, the U.S. government will form a task force to assess the operations and financial condition of the U.S. Postal Service. Trump did not mention Amazon in the executive order, but it is clear that trump is trying to find evidence to prove some of his previous statements. Trump is right to say the U.S. post office is losing money, but Amazon and other Internet e-commerce companies don’t have to be held responsible for it, the report said today. Previous analysis said that due to the growing number of packages from online retailers such as Amazon, Amazon may have saved the U.S. Postal service to a certain extent. < / P > < p > in fact, the U.S. Postal Service loses billions of dollars a year, and one of the main reasons behind it is that the government requires the general post office to fund the health benefits of its employees, which costs more than $5 billion a year. < / P > < p > the latest financial report shows that, affected by the epidemic situation, the personal parcel delivery volume of the U.S. post office has increased significantly, but the delivery volume of business mail continues to decline.