Erdogan called the uprising an "act of treason," said coup plotters would pay a heavy price.
"There were little babies crying, people shouting, broken glass and blood all over the floor."
The move could help end a feud that has seen Moscow impose a raft of sanctions on Ankara.
"Since when are you [EU] running this country? Who has given you the authority?" Erdogan asked.
Turkey is on maximum alert after a series of attacks attributed to Islamic State in recent months
Turkey's own policies in the Middle East have been controversial, with several Muslim states objecting to its backing of rebels...
Obama said on Friday it was "no secret" he was troubled by "some trends" within Turkey
President Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey would not give in to militants
Erdogan said he was saddened by the West's refusal to call the PYD and YPG a terrorist group
Turkish presidency later said it was "unacceptable" to interpret Erdogan's remarks as endorsement of Nazism.