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Trump Warns Turkish President Of ' Big Trouble' If Kurdish Invasion Hurts US Service Members

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Trump Warns Turkish President Of ' Big Trouble' If Kurdish Invasion Hurts US Service Members

Trump Warns Turkish President Of ' Big Trouble' If Kurdish Invasion Hurts US Service Members

President Donald Trump threatened Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan of “big trouble.” He said if any U.S. service members in the part of Syria Turkey might invade get hurt, there would be “trouble.” Trump said: “They could suffer the wrath of an extremely decimated economy.” According to Reuters, Turkey wants to wipe away Kurdish forces near the border in Syria.

Turkey considers them a terrorist insurgency but the U.S. has consider them partners in fighting the Islamic State.

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