WASHINGTON - The United States has complained about turmoil in Turkey during a visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In fighting outside the residence of the Turkish ambassador, eleven people were injured, including an agent.
The US Department of Foreign Affairs stated that 'we would have communicated our concerns in the most powerful terms' to the Turkish government. The mayor of Washington also responded to the violence.
A video posted online shows that men in black suits go foolish with protesters against the Turkish government. It's beaten and kicked while the police are trying to fix the order. Certainly two people have been arrested, including at least one protector.
The Turkish state press office Anadolu reported that protesters scanned slogans against Erdogan, who had gone to the premises after meeting with President Donald Trump. Anadolu said security officers from the president and Turkish citizens took in because the police initially refused to act.