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Amazon Owner Wants to Send Donald Trump Out of Space Out of Disgust

The #4 Richest Person in the World and is the Owner Amazon, Jeff Bezoz admit to being angry with Donald Trump who is a Candidate for President of the United States (US) and if possible he wants to send him to outer space.

That’s what Jeff Bezoz conveyed through social media Twitter. Currently Jeff and Donald are feuding on Twitter. Through his official account, @realdonuldtrump argues that the Washington Post newspaper owned by Jeff Bezoz is just a company that is used to collect taxes in order to avoid a bigger company (amazon) from a large tax bill as well.

“The @washingtonpost, which loses a fortune, is owned by @JeffBezos for purposes of keeping taxes down at his no profit company, @amazon.”

“@Washingtonpost, out of luck, owned by @JeffBezoz with the intent to lower the tax expense of a non-profit company, @Amazon’. (Translation)

“The @washingtonpost loses money (a deduction) and gives owner @JeffBezos power to screw public on low taxation of @Amazon! Big tax shelter.”

“@washingtonpost is short on revenue (Deduction) and gives owner @JeffBezos the power to confuse the public over @Amazon’s low taxes! big tax”

“If @amazon ever had to pay fair taxes, its stock would crash and it would crumble like a paper bag. The @washingtonpost scam is saving it!”

“If @amazon paid their due taxes, their stock would crumble like a piece of paper. @washingtonpost is a master scam”

Of course, as the owner of an amazon and the person who was quipped by Donald, Jeff Bezoz, was furious with what Donald Trump said. He replied to the Tweet with a tone of great annoyance via his account @Jeffbezoz.

“Finally trashed by @realDonaldTrump. Will still reserve him a seat on the Blue Origin rocket,”

“Finally crushed by @realdonaldtrump. There are still seats available for Donald Trump on the Blue Orogin Rocket,” (Translation)

Jeff also added the hashtag #sendDonaldtospace and attached a promotional video of the Blue Origin rocket, which is his aerospace company.

Several economists and financial reporters say Donald Trump’s accusations are completely unfounded and unreasonable. They argued the attack appeared to be a response to the Washington Post’s coverage of the Trump campaign being deemed hate-mongering.

Image (businessinsider.com)