Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday that the storm surrounding the Jeff Bezos affair with news anchor Lauren Sanchez had played a role in Amazon's decision to withdraw from its contract to build a new headquarters in Queens .
"I think we can all say that unusual events were happening within the Amazon family at that time – and it was said politely," Blasio told MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
"There were clearly unusual factors."
But when the hosts of the series tried to give him details, the mayor hid.
"I'm just suggesting that the environment is unusual," he said.
"An agreement has been reached and this agreement has progressed for weeks and weeks and weeks. Nobody has discussed anything that changes. … The facts are a decision was made very arbitrarily. We had an agreement. The agreement advanced, then suddenly it was not. That's all I say.
When asked if he was referring to the privacy of the CEO of Amazon, Mr. de Blasio replied, "You will discover it yourself."
"There were a lot of troubles," he added. "There were a lot of troubles … on a lot of things."
In a statement announcing its decision not to build a second seat in Long Island City, promised to create at least 25,000 jobs, Amazon cited the opposition of some elected officials.
"A number of politicians and local politicians have made it clear that they are opposed to our presence and will not work with us to create the kind of relationships required to go from there." 39; before, "said Amazon last month.
Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, announced their split on Jan. 9 in a joint statement on Twitter.
The day after the announcement of the couple, the National Enquirer published a presentation of the case Bezos with Sanchez.
Amazon has withdrawn from its agreement with the city and state on February 14.