More than 12 states are expected to take the trump administration to court as soon as this week, accusing the government of cutting U.S. Postal services, which could delay postal voting in November’s presidential election, Maryland attorney general Brian Frost said on Monday. < / P > < p > “we are in discussions with other attorney general’s offices and expect action to be taken soon,” Frost said, adding that about 15-20 attorneys general are evaluating the legal arguments and he expects the relevant States to join the suit. Trump currently lags behind Biden in the polls. Trump said last week that he opposes attempts to include funding for U.S. Postal and electoral infrastructure in the epidemic relief bill because he wants to restrict postal voting during the outbreak. According to estimates, affected by the epidemic, the number of people voting by mail may be twice that of the 2016 general election. < / P > < p > pointed out that cutting overtime, imposing restrictions on additional mail routes, and new mail sorting and delivery policies may lead to delays in the delivery of ballots and other important items such as drugs. < / P > < p > “no, we don’t do small things,” trump said in an interview with Fox News. “We want to do things with less money and improve efficiency. We always care about our postal staff.”.