Speaking in Ankara on Thursday at a dinner to break the Ramadan fast, Erdogan asked: "What kind of a law is this?".
"Why would I bring my guards with me to the United States, if not to protect me?" he said in a speech in Ankara, adding that U.S. police "did nothing".
The Turkish leader said Thursday that he will launch a "political" and "legal" fight over the arrest warrants, according to a report by CNN Turk.
Turkey on Thursday condemned a decision by USA authorities to issue arrest warrants to some members of President Tayyip Erdogan's security detail over a brawl that erupted in Washington last month, saying it "lacked legal basis". The ensuing brawl injured 11 people, including a police officer and two secret service agents.
After the incident, the State Department said in a statement that it was concerned by the violence, saying, "Violence is never an appropriate response to free speech, and we support the rights of people everywhere to free expression and peaceful protest". "We're not going to tolerate this".
Today, United States law enforcement officials charged the security detail for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after they escalated a protest outside the Turkish Embassy, leading to violence.
However, she did note that their diplomatic immunity lapsed when they left the country, and they would be subject to arrest if they returned to the United States. "We are hopeful that those responsible will do their part and present themselves to answer to these charges", Newsham said.
Upon learning of the charges, Turkey's Foreign Ministry summoned John Bass, the US ambassador to Turkey, to issue a protest.
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"This decision taken by USA authorities is wrong, biased and lacks legal basis", Turkey's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
It later continued: "The decision, which clearly was not taken as a result of an impartial and independent investigation, is unacceptable".
The men, all Turkish citizens, include nine Erdogan security guards and three Turkish police.
A video posted online showed men in dark suits chasing protesters and punching and kicking them as police struggled to intervene. Yildirim appears to be kicking a protester repeatedly in videos from that day.Both men have been arrested.
"We intend to ensure that there is accountability for anyone that was involved in this assault", Newsham said last month. With two men arrested on Wednesday and two arrested immediately following the incident, the total number facing charges is now 18. "Anyone traveling to the USA will be held to that standard".
Another 14 are still wanted on warrants, including a dozen Turkish security officials and the pair from Canada.
Royce also stated the State Department should double its efforts to bring the wanted individuals to justice.
Some additional suspects still have not been identified, the police chief said.
Erdoğan also touched upon the brawl that happened during his last visit to Washington D.C.