BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:40 P.M.) – French President Emmanuel Macron went on the attack against his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday, as he claimed the latter’s country was working with the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) terrorist group.

“When I look at Turkey, they are fighting against those who fought with us, shoulder to shoulder, against ISIS. Sometimes they were with ISIS proxies,’’ Macron said, making reference to the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), who Ankara considers a terrorist group.

While Macron went on the attack, U.S. President Donald Trump pointed out that Turkey and America currently have “good relations”, despite Washington’s agitation over Ankara’s S-400 acquisition.

“We have a very good relations with Turkey and with President Erdoğan… I can’t speak for the president of France. We pulled our soldiers out, we said you can patrol your own borders now,’’ Trump said.

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En lo único que le doy razón a Macrón, Espero que Rusia abra los ojos con la afirmación del presidente Francés?

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Not only Russia. Time for many to fücking WAKE UP!

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Ah, there are no Macron Towers in Turkey…
And frankly, the association between the Erdogan regime ans ISIS is an open secret!
https://turkey-isis.org/turkey-isis-research-project-evidence-collection/
The only reason that no leaders went public was the hope to keep Turkey in NATO, or not to lose the Trump Towers…
Macron just setted a cat amongst the pigeons
More here :
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/03/macron-clashes-with-erdogan-over-anti-isis-kurdish-fighters
Let’s add Turkey defining “its” territorial waters :
http://i.hurimg.com/i/hdn/75/0x0/5de5fef4c9de3d1988ee5851.jpg
I’m surprised that what “DM” Akar published on Oct.14 isn’t making the buzz
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