"And Turkey has in my opinion acted very very badly".
In fact, Arriaga says all Americans can apply pressure by hitting Turkey where it hurts the most - in the pocketbook by avoiding buying Turkish goods.
The lira went into a tailspin after a diplomatic spat with the USA over a detained pastor in Turkey.
USA support for Kurdish rebel groups fighting Islamic State fighters in northern Syria is another major difficulty, given Turkey's battle against a Kurdish insurgency in its own country.
He said Turkey has no plans to ask for International Monetary Fund for support with the falling lira. "They said they came to Qatar's support during Doha's row with its Arab neighbors, and now it was Qatar's turn to pay back the favor".
Erdogan has called for a boycott of United States electronic goods and Turkish media has given extensive coverage to anti-US protests, including videos circulating on social media showing Turks apparently burning dollar bills and destroying iPhones. However, it was still down 34 percent in 2018.
Unfortunately, our words have fallen on deaf ears, and American weapons ended up being used to target civilians and members of our security forces in Syria, Iraq and Turkey.
The ongoing case has caused a deterioration in U.S.
Turkey and the United States exchanged new threats of sanctions Friday, keeping alive a diplomatic and financial crisis that is threatening the economic stability of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation country as a Turkish court rejected the appeal of an American pastor caught in the middle of the row.
On the same day, Turkey announced it would be increasing tariffs on some USA imports.
He also appeared to acknowledge that he was disappointed that Turkey did not release Brunson after the United States helped negotiate the release of a Turkish national being held in Israel.
US stocks extended gains on Friday and risk sentiment improved following a Wall Street Journal report on potential progress in easing trade tensions between the United States and China.
"Despite the lira depreciation, he's not backing down", Selcuki told The Media Line. Turkey, for its part, denounced the "economic war" and said it would find "new friends and allies".
She explained to The Media Line that Turkey's economic growth under Erdogan was partly predicated on the fact that investors viewed him as a stabilizing force. "The fundamentals of the Turkish economy are robust and Turkey will emerge stronger from this process", Ibrahim Kalin wrote.
However, it is not just Turkey that has something to lose in this crisis.
It makes Turkey both more susceptible to instability, as well as a geopolitically valuable.
Turkey also maintains a small military base in Qatar.
"We can solve issues with the United States very easily, but not with the current approach", Cavusoglu told a news conference.