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Turkish Politicians Angry At Photo Of Obama Holding Baseball Bat

Last week the White House released a photo of President Obama holding a baseball bat while on the phone with Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan. Some reporters and Turkish news agencies were wondering if there was any "symbolic meaning" to the gesture. Now several prominent Turkish politicians have come out and criticized the president for the casual-looking phone call.
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