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Trump To Confront Turkey's President

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Trump To Confront Turkey's President

Trump To Confront Turkey's President

A senior White House official said President Donald Trump will confront President Rcept Tayyip Erdogan.

They said it refers to Turkey’s decision to defy NATO and buy a Russian air defense system.

According to Politico, national security adviser Robert O’Brien said “we’re very upset” about it.

The U.S. said it could aid Russian intelligence and threaten a vital American aircraft, the F-35 fighter jet.

O’Brien said Turkey will “feel the impact” of sanctions passed by a bipartisan majority in Congress.

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