PHOTOS: The Boston Red Sox visit the White House

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The 2013 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox made the customary visit to the White House on Tuesday morning. Aside from the usual jersey gifting, the newest trend in politics – the selfie – mad an appearance, courtesy David Ortiz.

Lynn Sweet has President Obama’s remarks, but here’s a look at the scene:

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