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New footage shows Turkish president watching Washington brawl

New footage shows Turkish president watching Washington brawl

And new video revealed Thursday shows Erdogan - who hours earlier had met with President Donald Trump - watching the fracas from his vehicle outside the Turkish embassy.

And while State also confirmed that two members of the Turkish president's security team were detained after the attacks, they were soon released on diplomatic immunity grounds.

The security detail, he continued, violated American laws on United States ground, and that can not happen.

The meeting took place with a White House still responding to what a senior U.S. official said was Trump's disclosure of classified information about an Islamic State terror threat involving laptop computers on aircraft. The Police arrested two persons.

The State Department told CNN that it is "working closely with the local authorities concerning this incident", but declined further comment as the investigation is ongoing.

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The Turkish president was caught on camera observing the violence yesterday.

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) called on Thursday for the Turkish ambassador to be kicked out of the United States after protesters were beaten outside of the ambassador's Washington, D.C., residence earlier this week. "This kind of thing can not go unresponded to diplomatically", the senator said in an interview with MSNBC. After meetings and a joint press statement, Erdogan rode to the Turkish ambassador's residence, where anti-Erdogan demonstrators were protesting, until a violent attack by Turkish security forces broke everything up.

In his first public address since returning from a visit with U.S. President Donald Trump, Erdogan said he told the United States that Ankara would "exercise its rights under the rules of engagement", without consulting anyone, if it felt it needed to.

A State Department spokeswoman said, referring to the incident, the United States is communicating concerns to Turkey's government "in strongest possible terms".

Police barricaded the perimeter to separate the groups. His appearance at the Brookings Institution during the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit was marred when his security detail roughed up demonstrators and tried to eject "undesired" journalists. A man with bullhorn is repeatedly kicked in the face. An embassy statement said the group had "aggressively provoked Turkish-American citizens" who had gathered to greet Erdogan.

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She said Britain was working with worldwide partners in the global manhunt to find the creators of the cyber attack . Experts expressed concern that there would be a resurgence in attacks when people return to work.

But U.S. military officials in both administrations have concluded that Turkey has not provided a plausible alternative to the military plan that relies on the Kurdish fighters.

"The Turkish-Americans responded in self-defense", the statement from the Turkish embassy said.

A senior Republican senator is calling for Turkey's ambassador to be thrown out of the country in response to violence involving members of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's (REH'-jehp TY'-ihp UR'-doh-wahns) security detail.

Tensions between Washington and Istanbul are running high after the Trump administration announced plans to arm Kurdish Syrian militants fighting the Islamic State group despite intense opposition from Turkey, which considers the Kurds as terrorists.

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