Former US President, who wrote the White House days Donald Trumpson-in-law Jared Kushneralso included his visit to Turkey. Kushner, AKP Chairperson and President Tayyip ErdoganStating that he thanked him for his willingness to develop commercial relations, “Then he looked at Finance Minister Berat Albayrak, who is also his son-in-law, and said that advisors can sometimes disappoint presidents, but grooms won’t.‘ he said.
The White House memoirs of Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and chief adviser to his presidency, came out last month.Breaking History“It also sheds light on a period of Turkey-US relations.
According to the news in the newspaper Oxygen; In his book, Kushner describes his trip to Ankara to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace plan on February 28, 2019.I met with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at his huge presidential palace, which he recently completed for $600 million, and told him about our peace plan. It didn’t go well, but I hadn’t thought otherwise.” says.
According to the book, when Erdogan says he wants to double the $50 billion bilateral trade, Kushner says Turkey’s S-400 air defense systems purchased from Russia could lead to US sanctions.
three kids prank
Expressing that Erdogan thanked him for his willingness to develop commercial relations, Kushner continues: “Then he looked at Finance Minister Berat Albayrak, who is also his son-in-law, and said that advisors can sometimes disappoint presidents, but grooms won’t.“
Again, according to the book, Erdogan, Kushner and his wife Ivanka TrumpHe wants to have more children, and what he does at rallies “three children‘ they are joking at his call.
Erdogan ignored Trump’s threat to destroy Turkey’s economy
Trump’s “Turkey’s economy in October 2019”by destroyingKushner, who said that he threatened her but that Erdogan ignored it, said that after the tension, Vice President Mike PenceHe also described his visit to Turkey by the following words: “Pence stopped by my office before he left for Turkey. I had met Erdogan several times and Pence asked for advice on how to deal with him. ‘You don’t need my advice. But I say from my experience that when you sit across from each other, he will tell you all his troubles.
He values his relationship with Trump, so your success depends on the degree to which you convey that Trump is serious about the ceasefire. Erdogan is very stubborn. I’m not sure how you’re going to solve this, but I’m going to support you here.”
Accusation of “flattery” from NYT writer
The New York Times writer who reviewed the book Dwight GarnerKushner “By flattering Trump” blamed. Garner “annoying at best, repulsive at worstHe compared parts of the book he described to TikTok’s and said that out of a total of 469 pages, roughly only 90 pages could be really interesting.