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Obama Phones Georgia Woman Who Talked Down School Gunman

On Thursday, President Obama called Antoinette Tuff to praise her for her heroic efforts in deescalating a standoff between police and a gunman Tuesday at a Georgia elementary school where she is an employee, according to the White House. The would-be-shooter's brother is not happy with the call and said the president should be using his time to prevent "things like this" from happening. (Photo: Courtesy of ABC News)

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