A top Democratic congressman is demanding that Postmaster General Louis DeJoy hand over any and all of his \u0022secret communications with the Trump campaign\u0022 after he admitted in testimony before the House Oversight Committee earlier this week that he has been in contact with people associated with the president\u0026#039;s reelection bid since taking charge of the U.S. Postal Service.Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Government Operations, wrote in a letter (pdf) to DeJoy Wednesday that \u0022when confronted with additional facts and information\u0022 during the Oversight Committee hearing Monday, the postmaster general \u0022appeared to change\u0022 testimony he gave under oath last week to the Republican-controlled Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.DeJoy, a Republican megadonor to President Donald Trump, told Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) last Friday that he has not spoken to any Trump campaign officials about the Postal Service since assuming the postmaster general position on June 16. But when pressed by Connolly on Monday, DeJoy conceded that he has \u0022spoken to people that are friends of mine that are associated with the campaign,\u0022 just not the campaign\u0026#039;s \u0022leadership.\u0022Postmaster General DeJoy told the Senate, under oath, that he has had no contact with the Trump campaign.I asked him the same question today, and got him to admit that he DID in fact have that contact.He has lied to the public and, now, to Congress. He\u0026#039;s got to go. pic.twitter.com/HfgFnLk9VF— Rep. Gerry Connolly (@GerryConnolly) August 24, 2020\u0022As a threshold matter, it is concerning that you, in your capacity as postmaster general, would be communicating secretly with anyone associated with the Trump campaign,\u0022 Connolly wrote Wednesday. \u0022You have testified repeatedly that, by statute, the Postal Service should be independent and removed from politics. Engaging in undisclosed contacts with Trump campaign officials directly undermines these goals.\u0022The Virginia Democrat continued:In addition, you did not disclose to the Senate—or initially even to our committee—that you in fact did communicate with the Trump campaign. As you know, you were under oath on both occasions.\u0026nbsp; This omission, combined with your efforts to conceal other documents our committee has requested, raises grave concerns about the veracity of your testimony.Finally, it appears that you chose to communicate secretly with the Trump campaign because you did not want to publicly contradict President Trump, who has relentlessly attacked the Postal Service and voting by mail.Connolly demanded that DeJoy turn over to Congress by next week all communications with \u0022any individuals associated in any way\u0022 with the Trump campaign as well as a complete list of all Trump campaign officials he has been in contact with.On Monday, I pressed Mr. DeJoy on any contact he had with the Trump campaign. I finally got him to reveal the truth, but his testimony just raises more questions.We’ve got to keep pulling this thread, so I’m giving him a week to get me some answers.#SaveUSPS https://t.co/dH49cJ2c0i pic.twitter.com/K0US8pFEZX— Rep. Gerry Connolly (@GerryConnolly) August 26, 2020The congressman\u0026#039;s demand comes as the House Oversight Committee is threatening to subpoena DeJoy after he refused to say he would comply with document requests, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez\u0026#039;s (D-N.Y.) demand that he hand over his daily calendar.\u0022I don\u0026#039;t know, I will check with counsel,\u0022 DeJoy told Ocasio-Cortez Monday in response to her request, saying he doesn\u0026#039;t \u0022want to set a precedent for my calendar to be submitted every two months.\u0022.@AOC is pressuring Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to release his calendar to the Oversight Committee. If he refuses, she recommends a subpoena. pic.twitter.com/Xvc97KL7nz— Public Citizen (@Public_Citizen) August 24, 2020Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.), chairwoman of the House Oversight Committee, told DeJoy he \u0022can expect a subpoena\u0022 if he continues withholding information from Congress related to the impact his sweeping Postal Service changes have had on mail delivery across the country.\u0022You\u0026#039;re withholding information from us, concealing documents, and downplaying the damage that you\u0026#039;re causing,\u0022 Maloney said during Monday\u0026#039;s hearing.