The 20th century genocide killed more than 1 million people, and the Turkish government still denies it occurred.
President Donald Trump is willing to welcome President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Washington with open arms, but congressional leaders must make it clear that Turkish democracy is vital to U.S. interests.
Richard Haass said Trump's meeting with Erdogan in Washington is further evidence of the president's affinity for authoritarians.
Erdogan complained Tuesday that neither the U.S. nor Russia has been able to "clean" the Kudish-led forces out of Turkey's invasion zone.
President Donald Trump appears to have cleared time in his busy schedule to watch the first public impeachment hearing against him, prompting speculation that the president could share live reactions to the event.
Havrin Khalaf, 32, had her jaw and leg broken, her hair pulled until the skin of her scalp came out and was repeatedly shot until she died.
A deal agreed between Russia and Turkey on Tuesday handed Kurdish-led forces a 150-hour ultimatum to withdraw from an 18-mile zone along the Turkish border.
Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkish forces agreed to a five-day pause to operations to allow Syrian Democratic Forces to withdraw and that Turkey stood ready to resume the invasion.
"Found in the archives...," Clinton tweeted, alongside an image of the joke historic letter.
General Mazlum Kobane told NBC that the pullout of U.S. troops and the agreement to a buffer zone could have catastrophic consequences for the Kurds.
A New Yorker cartoon by Joe Dator reimagines Trump's October 9 missive to the Turkish president as if he were writing to Santa Claus.
In the letter, Donald Trump urged the Turkish president to "not be a tough guy" over the conflict in Syria.
Dozens of nations see the deaths of a million and a half Armenians and hundreds of thousands of Greeks and Assyrians under the Ottomans as a genocide, the U.S. might have too, an NSC official told Newsweek.
Andrei Kozyrev told MSNBC that the Kremlin was right to celebrate Trump's election in 2016 because he has handed the advantage to Putin in Syria.
Trump whipped up a crowd of supporters in Dallas on Thursday by claiming credit for the five-day "ceasefire" in northeastern Syria.
The Democratic senator described Trump's missive to Turkey's president as "one heck of an interesting letter."
Trump made the comments during a press conference with Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Wednesday.
Sources close to the Turkish leader told BBC News that Erdogan "thoroughly rejected" the letter dated last Wednesday and chucked it in the trash.
The House Speaker told reporters that the meeting between top Democrats, Republicans and the president was "most unsatisfactory."
U.S. president sent the letter on October 9 telling his Turkish counterpart 'Don't be a fool' over Ankara's incursions into northern Syria after the pullout by U.S. troops.
White House correspondent for the New York Times Katie Rogers Tweeted a scan of a letter that was confirmed to be a genuine missive from President Trump, sent to the President of the Republic of Turkey, Tayyip Erdogan.
"We should in a bipartisan way seek to ... change Turkey's behavior," Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell said.
Some 50 U.S. warheads are believed to be deployed at the Incirlik air base in southern Turkey, but reports this weekend suggested officials were reviewing plans for their removal.
"At a certain point, Turkey reached its limit," Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, regarding the influx of refugees from Syria into Turkey as a result of a brutal civil war raging in the country.
Trump's business ties in Turkey have raised concerns that White House policy is being influenced by the president's own commercial interests.
Michael S. Smith II said that by allowing the Turkish invasion into northeastern Syria, Trump and Erdogan have played into Putin's hands.
The South Carolina senator and Trump ally slammed the president last week over the withdrawal of U.S. military support in Syria.
Trump gave Turkey the green light to invade northeastern Syria after a phone call with Turkish President Erdoğan last Sunday.
"We've won. We've beat ISIS and we've beat them badly and decisively," the president told reporters last week.