Donald Trump wasn't bluffing when he vowed to cripple Turkey economically if it attacks Syria's Kurds, analysts told RT. The move, however, would likely have serious negative repercussions for Washington. The US president issued the threat amid accusations that his ordered pullout from Syria would endanger US-backed Kurdish militias in northern Syria - fighters which Turkey regards as terrorists. In one of his signature Twitter ultimatums, Trump announced that the United States would "devastate Turkey economically if they hit [the] Kurds." The threat comes just days after Turkey said that it was actively preparing for a possible cross-border operation that would target the "terrorist" Kurdish YPG. Take Trump at his word? Trump's incendiary tweets regularly grab headlines - but they're typically directed at long-time US nemeses such as Iran or North Korea. While the US president hasn't shied away from threatening the European Union with tariffs, this may be the first time he's...
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