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>> When it comes to the fate of the detained U.S. pastor in Turkey, President Tayyip Erdowan says his fate is up to the courts, not law makers. The fall out of Andrew Brunson, has sunk relations between Turkey and The U.S. to an all time low. In Reuters exclusive, Erdogan spoke to us on the side lines of the UN general assembly.
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In July, he was moved to house arrest, after 21 months in detention. The case resulted in a tit for tat trade war, the Turkish Lira has lost nearly 40% of it's value against the dollar this year. Edogan says, the diplomatic dispute has nothing to do with it.>>
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>> The current economic problems are not as problematic and are being exaggerated. Turkey will overcome these challenges with its own resources very soon.>> Erdogan also telling Reuters that Turkey will continue to buy Iranian natural gas, despite U.S. sanctions. Next month Brunson returns to court. The fate of one man could make or break Turkish-US relations.