76ers' Spencer Hawes wipes his butt with President Obama's face

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Philadelphia 76ers center Spencer Hawes is not the biggest fan of President Obama it seems.

The 25-year old is known to be a fairly fervent supporter of the Republican Party and has previously voiced his displeasure with Barack Obama's political policies.

But now teammate Evan Turner has revealed just how far Hawes dislike of the 44th President goes.

Turner recently spent some time at Hawes home amidst the weather chaos and found some interesting novelty items in his bathroom during the visit.

The picture Turner posted on his official Instagram account shows toilet paper emblazoned with the face of the President, but Turner didn't seem keen to use it:

"Using the toilet @spenceneedle crib and I noticed this toilet paper. I refuse to use it though lol," he wrote alongside the image.

If only Hawes was at a team that stood a chance of winning the Championship this year, rather than the 15-39 Philadelphia franchise - the customary post-season visit to the White House would certainly make for interesting viewing. 

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