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Amazon’s Bezos criticizes Biden admin, says inflation hurts the poor


Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is in New York City to meet with Boris Johnson (British Prime Minister) at the UK diplomatic Residence on September 20, 2021.

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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos tweeted on SundayInflation is the most damaging to those who are least financially secure in the United States. criticized President Joe Biden for the second time in a weekHis comments about inflation.

Bezos tweeted that “In reality, the administration tried to inject more stimulus into an already hyper-heated and inflationary economy, but only Manchin saved them,” “Inflation can be a destructive tax, which most affects those who are least well off.” The country is not helped by misdirection.”

Bezos made the comments in response to Joe Biden’s claim that America was poised to experience its greatest yearly deficit drop ever. The total amount of $1.5 trillion is Bezos. Biden also wrote about former President Donald Trump who claimed that the deficit increased every year during his term.

Bezos made a scathing attack on President Biden for a tweet in which he claimed that taxing the wealthiest corporations would lower inflation. Bezos requested the Disinformation Board review his tweet.

Bezos said Friday that raising corp taxes was fine for discussion. It is crucial to talk about taming inflation. They can’t be mixed together.

Both instances did not mention Amazon explicitly, however he has previously commented on the e-commerce giant’s tax record.

Both President Biden as well as Bezos have comments. inflation in the United States sits near 40-year highsFederal Reserve officials plan to raise interest rates in an effort to address the problem.