Jim Cramer gives his insight into Amazon (AMZN) and why the president would want to break up the FANG company. 

Despite the company announcing that its moving towards the final chapter in its search for a second headquarters, Amazon opened in the red on Monday, Nov. 5.

Amazon is in final talks with cities such as Dallas, Texas, New York City and Crystal City, Virginia.

And, yet, Cramer wasn't surprised. 

He also discussed FANG in general, since Apple (AAPL) was in the red when it opened. He told TheStreet that he doesn't see Apple as a buying opportunity until it's below $200.

Both Apple and Amazon are holdings in Cramer's Action Alerts Plus portfolio.

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