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President Trump Calls Out Amazon For Its Sales Tax Policies

Posted On: Jan 13, 2018   |   Posted By: Android Headlines

Following a tweet from late in December, in which President Donald Trump appeared to imply that Amazon was at least partially to blame for the U.S. Postal Service's shortcomings, the company has now been called out again. That isn't likely to come as a shock, as the president has not been known to pull his punches when dealing with companies that have shown opposition to his policies or legislative plans. Making matters somewhat worse for Amazon, the company's CEO, Jeff Bezos, also owns The Washington Post - which has openly spoken out against many of the president's proposals and decisions. The new remarks, which centered around the above-mentioned previous claim and taxation, were made on Wednesday as the president prepared to sign a piece of legislation called the Interdict Act - which is aimed at decreasing opioid abuse by addressing smuggling directly.
Addressing members of the media and of his administration before moving to sign the legislation, President Trump is reported to have said of Amazon that...

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