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The White House and Jeff Bezos have renewed a spat over Joe Biden’s management of high inflation as the Amazon founder criticised the US president for calling on companies to cut prices at filling stations. On Saturday, Biden demanded on Twitter that companies managing gas pumps decrease soaring fuel prices at “a time of war and global peril”. Later that day, Bezos posted in a tweet in response that inflation was “far too important a problem for the White House to keep making statements like this”.
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