Erdogan advises USA to pick 'Gulen fear gathering' or Turkey

The Turkish president is approaching the United States to pick between Turkey or FETO, an acronym for what Ankara calls the 'Gulen Terror Group'.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan was tending to a horde of thousands assembled for a supposed majority rules system vigil on the grounds of his presidential royal residence on Wednesday (August 10).

His discourse was likewise communicate live to a comparable rally in Istanbul.

"They will either pick the upset plotter terrorist FETO or Turkey, the popularity based nation," Erdogan said.

Erdogan was discussing US-based Muslim minister Fethullah Gulen who Ankara accepts composed a month ago's endeavored upset.

Reacting to calls from the group requesting capital punishment for the upset plotters, Erdogan again said he would affirm any parliamentary choice to reestablish the death penalty.

Turkey has assigned Gulen's religious development a terrorist gathering and needs Gulen removed from the United States to face trial.

Washington has declined to hand him over in light of the fact that it says Ankara has not introduced clear confirmation of his contribution.

Gulen, who runs a system of philanthropies and schools, has over and again denied any association with the fizzled overthrow.

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