Jun 12, 2015

Ted Cruz: Now That Erdogan Has Lost the Elections, Perhaps We Can Do Business with Turkey Against ISIS | PJ Tatler

Although Senator Ted Cruz is generally seen as a guy who's mostly into domestic policies, he proved with an op-ed for Time that he's very well aware of what's happening in the world. In his piece, Cruz explains that Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's defeat in the elections on Sunday paves the way towards a better relationship between the U.S. and Turkey -- at least with regards to the war...

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