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Sen. Elizabeth Warren Rips Jeff Bezos for Trip to Space

TMZ.com Thursday, 10 June 2021
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is going scorched earth over Jeff Bezos leaving Earth -- she's pissed about his trip to space, and says everyone who pays their taxes should be too. We got the Senator Thursday at Reagan National Airport, and asked her about…
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News video: Here's what Bezos' trip to space will look like

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Jeff Bezos has announced that he and his brother will be on board his company Blue Origin’s first crewed mission to space. The capsule known as New Shepard is set to launch on July 20th.

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Jeff Bezos is offering NASA up to $2 billion in a bid to reignite the battle for space between his rocket company Blue Origin and Elon Musk’s SpaceX. CNN’s Kristin Fisher reports.

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Jeff Bezos offers to cover 'billions' in NASA costs for chance to take part in moon missions

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Space Tourism Should Be Taxed Like Visits to Legoland, Congressman says

Space tourism shouldn't be a tax-free joyride for Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson and other billionaires ... so says Rep. Earl Blumenauer, who's ready to do..
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