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Turkish Bank Case Showed Erdogan’s Influence With Trump

NYTimes.com Thursday, 29 October 2020
New details of the Justice Department’s handling of the accusations against Halkbank reveal how Turkey’s leader pressured the president, prompting concern from top White House aides.
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