TurkIsh President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday had a different welcome to that on his last visit to Washington, with protests outside the White House and tough questions from US politicians.
Demonstrators decried Mr Erdogan's human rights record and called for Turkey to leave Syria, chanting and holding placards outside US President Donald Trump's residence.
Inside, uncertainty about Turkish-US relations clouded a three-hour meeting between the leaders.
Differences on Syria, Ankara acquiring a Russian S-400 missile defence system and a lawsuit against Turkish state banking giant Halkbank were on the table.
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