President Obama and visiting Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a joint press conference.*Topics included the state of U.S.-Turkey relations, war and unrest in Syria, and mutual security issues. President Obama also responded to questions about the Department of Justice’s subpoena of press telephone records, and the Internal Revenue Service’s scrutiny of conservative non-profit organizations. close
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