Trump Invites Turkish President To U.S.

A day after President Donald Trump threatened to “ruin the economy of Turkey” if it goes too far with a planned invasion of northern Syria, he announced on Tuesday that he’s invited Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the White House next month.

Northern Syria is home to Kurdish-led forces that have been America’s ally in fighting the Islamic State for nearly four years. Erdogan, however, sees the Kurds as terrorists and a threat along Turkey’s southern border. With Erdogan seemingly intent on launching an incursion into that swath of northern Syria, Trump on Monday moved between 50 and 100 U.S. forces out of the area to other locations in the country.

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