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    Why is Trump celebrating Turkeys democratic crisis?

    The Rachel Maddow Show / The MaddowBlog


    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks during a meeting at the presidential palace in Ankara, Turkey, Nov. 24, 2015. Photo by Kayhan Ozer/Pool/AP

    04/18/17 08:43 AMUPDATED 04/18/17 02:18 PM
    By Steve Benen
    During yesterdays White House press briefing, Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked about Turkeys referendum, and allegations of election irregularities in a process thats given Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers. Spicer was circumspect.

    My understanding is theres an international commission that is reviewing this and issues a report in 10 to 12 days, Spicer said. And so well wait and let them do their job. Asked what Donald Trump would like to see Erdogan do, Spicer added, I think wed rather not get ahead of that report and start to make decisions without knowing. There were observers there, as there routinely are, and Id rather wait and see.


    THE RACHEL MADDOW SHOW, 4/17/17, 9:32 PM ET
    Trump ignores oppression in congratulatory call to Erdogan

    A few hours later, Donald Trump decided not to wait and see.
    President Trump called President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey on Monday to congratulate him on winning a much-disputed referendum that will cement his autocratic rule over the country and, in the view of many experts, erode Turkeys democratic institutions.

    Those concerns were not mentioned in a brief readout of the phone call that the White House released Monday night. The statement did not say whether Mr. Trump had raised independent reports of voting irregularities during the Turkish referendum or the governments heavy-handed tactics in the weeks leading up to it, when the country was under a state of emergency.
    The U.S. president not only contradicted his own press secretary, Trumps call also appears to be at odds with the statement on the Turkish referendum from the U.S. State Department.

    Trump is now the only leader in the Western world to congratulate Erdogan on the election results, effectively endorsing the outcome and extending the imprimatur of the United States government on democracys slow demise in Turkey.

    If theres a compelling defense for this, its hiding well.

    To be sure, the strength of Turkeys democratic norms were already eroding, but the point of the referendum was to shift away from the countrys parliamentary system, putting even more authoritarian power into Erdogans hands. Questions about whether Erdogans government abused the process to ensure its preferred outcome remain unanswered.

    The Turkish president, however, doesnt care. A New York Times editorial said the referendum has left Turkey in the hands of an erratic and vengeful man and the world wondering whether a nation that for decades has served as a crucial bridge between Europe and the Muslim world can possibly have a stable and prosperous future under someone with so little respect for democratic structures and values.

    Theres no great mystery about Trumps motivations: the White House wants Turkeys help in Syria. But the U.S. president didnt have to go quite as far as he did in touting the results, which had the unfortunate effect of reminding the world of Trumps affinity for authoritarian rulers.

    Dan Drezner has talked about the tensions presidents face when weighing Americas values and Americas interests, and the awkward compromises that ensue. How much thought do you suppose went into Donald Trumps deliberations on this?

    http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-s...crisis?ref=yfp

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