President Donald Trump took to Twitter (TWTR)  Wednesday to once again fire off at retail and tech giant Amazon.com (AMZN)  , this time criticizing the company for taking jobs and causing "great damage" to tax paying retailers across the country.

In the past, Trump's tweets have revived his campaign trail accusation that Amazon (AMZN) doesn't pay its fair share of taxes and that CEO Jeff Bezos uses the Washington Post, which he bought in 2013, as a tool to influence tax policy. 

Full Story: Trump Fires Off, Says Amazon Doing 'Great Damage' to Retailers

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