Trump Threatens Antitrust Action Against Amazon, Says ‘Next Up’ He’ll Weaponize The Post Office

Trump Threatens Antitrust Action Against Amazon, Says ‘Next Up’ He’ll Weaponize The Post Office

About a month ago, Donald Trump encouraged employees of the Washington Post to go on strike. Specifically, the President said the following: I think a really long strike would be a great idea. Employees would get more money and we would get rid of Fake News for an extended period of time! That was a reference to an open letter penned by some 400 unionized employees who asked Jeff Bezos for a raise. The idea that a sitting President would call on employees of a media outlet he doesn't care fo
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2 thoughts on “Trump Threatens Antitrust Action Against Amazon, Says ‘Next Up’ He’ll Weaponize The Post Office

  1. One of the great instructive things about the past few years has been the grim realization of just how few of my countrymen or just Westerners in general actually support such evidently absurd and antiquated concepts as freedom of expression, the rule of law, or limits on government.

    Perhaps error404 or one of the other Trumpist readership could further educate us on the need to do away with such fanciful things.

  2. I can’t see how Bezos lost a case it wasn’t a party to. Besides, Amazon already collects and pays taxes in the 45 states that require it. The “losers” are surely Trump and Ivanka who don’t collect and pay sales tax on their online sales.

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