This morning, Axios reported that Trump is "obsessed with Amazon, obsessed"—but for mostly all the wrong reasons.
Trump believes the company gets "a free ride from tax payers," which is true, but the president only exacerbated that problem by signing a bill that cut taxes for corporations at the expense of the poor and the sick.
He also thinks Amazon gets "cushy treatment from the U.S. Postal Service" despite being told "in multiple meetings that his perception is inaccurate and that the post office actually makes a ton of money from Amazon."
On top of all that, Trump's convinced Jeff Bezos uses the Washington Post as a "political weapon." This is clearly false. Bezos uses robot dogs as weapon-weapons. (But maybe he's just thinking about ~*disrupting*~ his own security industry by replacing his own extremely expensive personal squad with the robo dogs?)
Anyway, Axios "hears" that Trump has "wondered aloud if there may be any way to go after Amazon with antitrust or competition law." There is. And if he really wants to do that, he'll find some support on the other side of the aisle. However, nothing will likely come of this, except, of course, for a temporary decrease in the value of Amazon's stock. Shares fell by 5 percent after this story hit.