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.
“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
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.