John-Bolton argues about Trump-Erdo

Former US National Security Adviser John Bolton has been calling extensively in his new book on the claim that Donald Trump helped Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey by intervening in a federal investigation into a Turkish state-owned bank.

In the memoirs of US media, Bolton claims that Trump "prefers personal help to dictators," and that Erdo sent the memo to Trump in a 2018 phone call stating that the Trump scam Hulkbank was acquitted.

"Trump then told Erdo, that he would take care, that the [New York] Southern District Prosecutors were not his people, but that was a problem that would be solved when the Obama people were in their place," Bolton explained. Wrote. Erdo 2018 will be lobbying on behalf of Halkbank during phone calls and in-person conversations in 2018 and 2019, he said.

US prosecutors have been under investigation since the 2013 investigation into one of Turkey's biggest banks, Halkbank, for allegedly using up to $ 20 billion in its plan to lift US sanctions on Iran. Is. High-grade Turkish officials have reportedly exported gold to Tehran through the United Arab Emirates in exchange for Iranian oil and gas.

Senator Finance Committee ranking member Democratic Sen. Ron Weiden said Wednesday that Donald Trump's involvement in criminal investigations into the largest sanctions violation plan has provided evidence that Bolton's book "defies his own decisions." "" For the President of Turkey "is favorable in American history.

"If Bolton is interested in serving his country, he will oppose the sale of books. He will respond promptly to my forthcoming request for more information on Donald Trump's relationship with Turkey."

Erdo -o has long claimed that the Halkbank case was a politically motivated conspiracy to undermine Turkey and pressed both Obama and Trump to overthrow it.

Turkish leader and his son-in-law and finance minister Barrat Albrecht have been caught by Turkish investigators in the Halkbank scandal.

Two men from Erdogan's inner circle have been jailed in the US, along with Turkish-Iranian businessman Reza Zarab and Halcabank deputy chief executive Mehmet Attila.

Federal investigators in the southern district of New York have accused Halbank of launching a widespread critical attack on the US-backed Kurdish militia in Syria in October last year.

The case highlighted strong ties between Turkey and the Trump administration: George, who led the entire lifestyle of pop stars, yachts, and cars and worked from Istanbul's Trump Tower, was asked to represent them by former New York Mayor Rudin Giuliani. In 2016, Giuliani became the president's lawyer a while ago.

In 2017, Giuliani visited Turkey in an attempt to reach a deal with Erdoయాన్an, at which time George will be swapped out for American pastor Andrew Brunson, who is in the custody of Turkey. Later that year, Bloomberg directly asked Trump and then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to help release Jarrab.

Separately, Giuliani is reportedly lobbying for Trump to hand over Pastor Fatullah Galen, who was found guilty of the Erdo-2016 coup attempt.

According to the New York Times, Halkbank sued Treasury Towers Istanbul as a former project manager with Erdo's son-in-law, Albirac Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Halkbank itself has hired a lobbying firm run by Brian Bowler, the top fund for both Trump and the Republican National Committee.

US-Turkish relations over the past few years have been severely worried over sanctions, Russian missile systems, Syria policy, and the falling law in Turkey. However, the coordination between the leaders of the two countries has ended.

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