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Amazon Seeks to Depose Trump, Esper in Lawsuit Over Cloud Computing Contract

Newsmax Monday, 10 February 2020
Amazon Web Services is seeking to depose President Donald Trump and Defense Secretary Mark Esper in its lawsuit over the awarding of a U.S. military contract for cloud computing to Amazon rival Microsoft, according to a spokesperson.
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Amazon lost out on the $10 billion contract to Microsoft to provide cloud computing services to the Pentagon.

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