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President Trump holds joint press conference with the Italian President Sergio Mattarella in the White house in the middle.
President Trump sent the Turkish leader, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, an ominous letter last week to Oct. 6 call after trump announced, controversially, that the U.S. would withdraw all troops from the North East of Syria, a Turkish military operation in the region.
The Oct. 9 letter, obtained by Fox Business Network’s Trish Regan on Wednesday, according to Trump referenced, during a press conference on the same day, advised Erdogan as a “tough guy” or a “fool”, when it comes, for his country, the fragile situation on the Syrian border.
Erdogan on Oct. 9 a Turkish military launched an attack in Syria, calling for she wanted to “neutralize terrorist threats” and create a “safe zone.” Turkish armed forces on Wednesday carried out air attacks and later announced that it had troops on the ground, penetrated into North-East Syria. Almost all of the U.S. troops there, has been removed and will be re-positioned in the region in the coming weeks.
To conquer, the President has been criticised by some analysts and political observers insist, he gave Turkey the “green light” Syria and the fight against the Kurds, U.S. allies, in the last efforts of the Islamic state to heel. Trump has defended his actions, “bring our soldiers home” and get a stop at the “crazy endless,” said the United States is “7,000 miles.”
“I didn’t give you a green light,” Trump said on Wednesday, “and if someone saw the letter, which can be released very easily if you want, I can let go of it-but I wrote a letter right after the interview, a move very letter, that was never give the green light.”
Turkey is a military attack “didn’t surprise me at all,” Trump told reporters. “You have been leading the war for many years-it is natural for you, you have to fight.”
But “why we should use Syria’s country?” Trump asked, adding that the war-torn country “wants Turkey to his country. But what does that have to do with the United States of America?”
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In his letter to Erdogan, Trump said, “Let us work, is a good thing!”
History “will look to you for always as the devil, if good things don’t happen,” wrote the President of the Commission. “Don’t be such a tough guy. Don’t be a fool!”
“You don’t want to be responsible for the slaughter of thousands of people, and I don’t want to said to be responsible for the destruction of the Turkish economy — and I will” Trump. “I already have a small sample with reference to Pastor Brunson.”
Pastor Andrew Brunson has been released, a year ago from Turkey, where he was held as a political prisoner for more than two years. The Trump administration helped secure Brunson release from captivity.
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“I’ve worked hard to solve some of your problems,” wrote the President of the Commission. “Don’t let the world down. You can get a good offer.”
The President mentioned the letter during a press conference with the Italian President, Sergio Mattarella and said that he sent it to Erdogan, together with a letter from Gen. Mazloum Abdi, the Kurdish military leader serves as a Syrian-as a commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic forces (SDF).
President Trump participates in a bilateral meeting with the Italian President, Sergio Mattarella on Wednesday in the Oval Office. (Official White house photo by Shealah Craighead/Released)
In his letter, Trump Mazloum said “is willing to negotiate with you, and he is willing to make concessions they would never have made in the past.”
“History will look on you, positive if you add to this the correct and humane way,” the President said, later: “I’ll call you later.”
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Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin, Lucas Tomlinson, Caleb Parke, and Frank miles contributed to this report.