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Donald ‘I’m smart for not paying taxes’ Trump accuses Amazon of skirting taxes

Amazon is the largest web-based retailer on the planet, raking in billions of dollars every year and employing over 340,000 workers. When you're that big — and the president of the United States likes to go on early-morning Twitter rants before his handlers can distract him — there's a good chance you're going to be mentioned once or twice. That's what happened this morning, as Donald Trump slammed Amazon for what he perceives as damage to the US job market.
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