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Several factors, including the supply chain crisis and the pandemic, are making holiday shopping more complicated this year. Joining TODAY live from Amazon’s air hub in Haslet, Texas, Dave Clark, CEO of Amazon’s worldwide consumer business, says consumers should feel confident and that despite alarm over the omicron variant, “I don’t see us going back to a place where we were in 2020.”