Former Arizona Senator and RINO Republican Jeff Flake who earned an appointment by Joe Biden as Ambassador to Turkey for his service to the Democrat Party began his tenure by interfering in the internal affairs of Turkey. His actions provoked a rebuke by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who said he will not receive Biden’s appointee.
Flake visited Republican People’s Party leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu at the center-left political party’s Ankara headquarters in late March. The visit conveyed a sense of U.S. support for his candidacy violating normal diplomatic protocol. Kilicdaroglu is Erdogan’s main opponent for the presidency, in the May 14 elections.
Flake then had the audacity to ask for an audience with Erdogan. “It’s not right, try to think a little. You are an ambassador,” the Turkish President said in rebuking Flake. “Your contact here is the president. As an ambassador, you must know your role. How dare you ask for a meeting with the president now? Our doors have been closed to him.”
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Erdogan criticized Flake on Sunday during a meeting with representatives of the Gray Wolves, a group of supporters of the Ulkucu movement. Its political branch, the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), is an ally of Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP). AKP and MHP have formed a coalition for the parliamentary and presidential elections, in which Erdogan is also supported by smaller Islamist parties.
After embarrassing himself on the national stage with his irrational hatred of Donald Trump, Flake has now managed to embarrass both himself and the United States in the international arena. His only qualification to be an ambassador is his subservience to the Biden administration’s globalist agenda.
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