Remember that time Obama kicked someone out of a press conference, saying ‘You’re in my house’, and the media cheered?

Washington (CNN)President Barack Obama is used to hecklers stopping him during speeches — but he draws the line when the audience interrupts him in his own house.

As Obama was speaking at a White House event honoring LGBT Pride Month on Wednesday, an accented voice rang out from the crowd. Obama wasn’t amused.

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“Shame on you,” he told his heckler, who was protesting deportations under the Obama administration.

Obama responded, “Listen you’re in my house … it’s not respectful.”

The double standards are incredible.

This ‘heckler’ wasn’t being nearly as obnoxious as Acosta, and obama tells him ‘this is my house’ — Trump asks for some basic respect of the office, and the media say ‘violation of 1st amendment, tyrant, it’s the people’s house’, blah blah

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Jim Acosta interrupted Trump more than this ‘heckler’, and even has gone so far as to scream belligerently, heckling Trump while at a conference with the leader of N. Korea.

h/t McShillin


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