Goldman Sachs was freaked out by a rumor that Trump would personally kill the Amazon Whole Foods deal because of Jeff Bezos AMZNGet the Full StoryDrew Angerer Getty Images
Goldman Sachs' Gregg Lemkau says that there was a rumor that President Trump might try to personally intervene to block Amazon's 13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods.
The move would have been motivated by animosity between Trump and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, said Lemkau.
Goldman Sachs' Gregg Lemkau said that the firm was worried by a rumor that President Trump would personally intervene to block Amazon's 13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods, right before the deal closed — in a move that could have been driven by animosity for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, he said.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Scott Galloway correctly predicted Amazon would buy Whole Foods here's who he thinks Amazon should acquire nextSee Also:Retailers GOAT and Flight Club merge into online sneaker shopping paradise, snag 60 million in new funding6 ways Amazon can help you plan your weddingGoogle s move to bring Nest back into the fold is a sign it s taking the huge threat from Amazon seriouslySEE ALSO: Amazon is buying Whole Foods for 13.7 billion
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