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Amazon spokesman Jay Carney backtracked on Thursday after being summoned for questioning the patriotism of the Trumpet, and administration.
“Almost without exception, everyone that I have dealt with this administration, whether or not I personally agreed or disagreed with what they thought were the right decisions or the right way to approach it, and I never had any doubt that they were the patriots. I have never had any doubt that they believed that they were doing things that are in the best interest of the country,” Carney, who served as Obama’s press secretary, reportedly said he was on-stage at the GeekWire Summit in Seattle. “I don’t feel that way right now.”
He went on to slam the current government for a lack of honesty.
“I’ve never lied,” he said, referring to his time in the White House, according to Business Insider. “If you can’t answer something or you don’t have a good answer to give you, say, ‘I’ll take that question,” or, ” I don’t know the answer for you. You don’t have to tell a lie.” And it doesn’t seem to be the standard it is today.”
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Amazon spokesman Jay Carney responded to criticism of his comments about the appeal of the books. (Fox News)
President Trump’s son, Donald Jr. blasting Carney on Twitter, and tagged it on Amazon, in his response, writing: “Hey @amazon, So it will be your companies [sic], an official corporate position was that of the thousands of Americans who work in the Home Administration, not to the patriots, because that’s what you’re up spokesman (and former Obama hack) @JayCarney said???”
Not long after, Carney tweeted what appeared to be a response to the president’s son.
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He has often criticized in the Amazon, along with the CEO, Jeff Bezos, even in reference to, the publication that Bezos owns The Washington Post as “The Amazon of the the new york times” — the critical coverage of his administration.