"Mr. Trump, you can not buy Turkey's democratic will with dollars," Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan told US President George W. Bush ahead of the United Nations vote on Jerusalem.
In a speech in Ankara, the Turkish president addressed the world, urging him never to sell his democratic will for dollars.
"There is a vote at the United Nations. There is an attempt to make Jerusalem the capital. What is the US President doing? Launches threats. What do they say about America? Cradle of democracy. The cradle of democracy seeks the will of the world to buy them in dollars. Mr. Trump, you can not buy the democratic will of Turkey. Our decision is clear. I also address the whole world. Be careful, never sell your democratic will for a few dollars. The dollars are coming, the sold will is not coming ", said the Turkish President and wished today the USA not to get the result they want and to take a lesson from all over the world.