Turkish authorities have vowed to crush those behind the coup, and have announced the arrests of more than 6,000 soldiers and suspension of thousands of police officers and judges from duty. "There will be legal evidence collected in this investigation and we will present all of this to the Americans as part of our extradition request", he said.
But that was briefly interrupted by Trump, in an unusual appearance by a presumptive nominee, and his wife, who promised her husband would be inclusive. The Republican establishment is uncomfortable with Trump's candidacy, accusing him of disregarding Republican orthodoxy and treating the party as little more than a vehicle for his personal ambitions.
A note found in the Afghan train attacker's room where he also kept a hand-painted flag of the Islamic State group indicates he may have been self-radicalized, a top German top security official said Tuesday. He said investigators were still looking into the evidence found in the teenager's room, saying it could be possible that the notes included a farewell letter to his father.
I want to watch'. Pence will officially accept the party's nomination to be vice president on Wednesday evening in Cleveland . As Stahl continued to press, Trump jumped in. I didn't read the Indianapolis Star . 'The media made a big thing out of nothing'. Early on in the interview, interviewer Leslie Stahl brought up Pence's stance on the war in Iraq, which he shared with their foe, Hillary Clinton.
Revealing new details of the night of the coup, Erdogan said the renegade soldiers were in control of the command and control towers at Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport for hours before forces loyal to the president were able to regain control.
That may not be enough to prevent the failed coup from emerging as the latest strain in Washington's chilly relationship with one of its closest regional allies. "The coup plotters couldn't have helped Erdogan more". The coup happened just weeks after a major terrorist suicide bombing at Istanbul's worldwide airport, and the government has been blasted for offering little hope to reduce people's fears, and experts said there are clearly security breaches and grave intelligence failure.