President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that he can no longer keep a track of the tweets by the President of the United States, Donald Trump. Tensions have clouded both the countries after the US leader ordered the troops from Syria to return home and guard their own borders. Following the retraction of American troops, the Turkish President launched its military operation in Syria in order to create a 'safe zone' around the borders. President Trump has also threatened President Erdogan to declare a ceasefire which Ankara had denied.
President Erdogan talked to reporters while on a plane returning from Baku and said that when they look at US President's posts on Twitter, it is no longer possible to follow them and can not keep a track. In another interview with a Turkish journalist, the Turkish President has also shared a part of his conversation with Donald Trump on phone saying that he had asked the US leader that he gets angry on the media from time to time. Donald Trump's anger according to President Erdogan means that he is under their influence and that he is “strong”. Turkish President also believes that Donald Trump should not listen to what reporters have to say.
While President Erdogan believes that it is difficult to keep a track of US leader's tweets, just recently Donald Trump got on Twitter to post 32 tweets in just 20 minutes. President Trump has often used Twitter as his source of explanation, justification, or simply putting out information for the world to read and especially his critics. However, on Friday, the US leader started tweeting at 8:58 pm when he addressed the “vicious killer” responsible for marathon bombing in Boston, followed by many tweets about his “mega” campaign in Minnesota and his last tweet at 9:17 pm was about “great news” for American patients.
(With agency inputs)