The whole world is justifiably livid over President Trump's recently signed immigration ban, which prohibits Muslim people from several different majority-Muslim nations from entering the United States, regardless if they are legal citizens, holding valid visas, or not.
The Washington State Attorney General, Bob Ferguson has since decided to sue Trump regarding this new policy, with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos vowing to join in on the fight.
Bezos is quite a powerful man in America in that his company has gone on to become the world's largest online shopping retailer, according to Forbes.
It is interesting to note that Washington was the first state to sue Trump with New York, Massachusetts, and Virginia since following suit.
In an email sent to Amazon staff yesterday regarding the President's new order, Bezos stated that, "our (Amazon's) legal team has prepared a declaration of support for the Washington State Attorney General who will be filing suit against the order."
Check out the full copy of Amazon's declaration here!
The email mentioned above was the second one circulated internally amongst Amazon employees. The first being one sent on Saturday evening in reassurance to all Amazon employees affected by the ban of Amazon's unconditional support regarding the matter.
Since Bezos' declaration, various other companies have risen up, airing their strong opposition in regards to President Trump's immigration policies.
One such company being Facebook, whose CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg recently submitted a Facebook post declaring his "concern about the impact of the recent executive order signed by President Trump."
All that remains to be said is, it will be interesting to see how this all turns out in the end.