White House press secretary Jen Psaki is asked about President Joe Biden's views about Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and him possibly being removed from the position. Psaki does not have a clear answer and suggests that she will followup with it - this time not saying "circle back."

WATCH Psaki's response to the question that leaves the reporter with very little information:

However, it's being reported that President Joe Biden cannot fire DeJoy, as stated by the Chicago Tribune:

The U.S. Postal Service’s stretch of challenges didn’t end with the November general election and tens of millions of mail-in votes. The pandemic-depleted workforce fell further into a hole during the holiday rush, leading to long hours and a mountain of delayed mail.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has vowed to make improvements after facing withering criticism and calls for his removal for his actions that slowed delivery of mail before the election. Some critics hoped President Joe Biden would fire DeJoy, but a president can’t do that. Instead, Biden could and likely will use appointments to reshape the Board of Governors, which meets Tuesday for the first time since his election.

It appears those interested must await the results of the meeting scheduled for February 9th.