Jeff Bezos on Wednesday uploaded a post on instagram donning a black night suit with white piping, paired with bedroom slippers. "What the President should say is, 'This is right".
"We will announce a decision before the end of the year", Bezos said in one of the first public updates on the process since the company announced its finalist list in January. The Bezos Day One Fund will contribute to "existing non-profits that help homeless families" and fund "a network of new, non-profit, preschools in low-income communities".
These terms of endearment are all things Trump has said about the news media, most of which came out via his Twitter account.
At a sold-out Economic Club of Washington event, Bezos did not give any hints of whether Arlington has a leg up on other locations.
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Bezos solicited ideas on Twitter past year for ways to donate some of his wealth. It's unsafe to call the media lowlifes. It is risky to call the media low lifes, it is unsafe to say that they are the enemy of the people. "Most important among those will be genuine, intense customer obsession", he tweeted.
And US Senator Bernie Sanders has criticised working conditions in Amazon warehouses.
But Bezos said he did not see Amazon - which briefly hit $1 trillion in market value - as a monopoly, arguing that online sales still represent a small fraction of overall retail.
While the online retail giant's presence made Seattle the fastest-growing big city in the United States, it also has taken a toll on its residents, driving up rent prices, clogging traffic and overwhelming public transportation. We're going to be obsessively, compulsively focused on the child. "Never have I been more comfortable at an Amazon board meeting!"
Bezos, who also owns The Washington Post and space exploration company Blue Origin, became the world's wealthiest person this year, with an estimated net worth of $164 billion, according to Bloomberg.
"Another way we're raising awareness is through our special #GoGold boxes - you may receive one during September", he added.