Watch President Obama Toss Out Heckler at LGBT Event: "You're in My House"
"Shame on you," the president told an unruly member of the crowd at the White House's LGBT event Wednesday.
President Barack Obama is no pushover when it comes to getting heckled in his humble abode.
During the White House's LGBT Pride Month event Wednesday, the commander in chief was giving a speech when he was interrupted by someone in the crowd shouting at him.
"Listen, you're in my house," Obama told the attendee. The president pointed his index finger at the heckler and added that the behavior was "not respectful."
"You're not going to get a good response from me by interrupting me like this," said Obama as the person kept interjecting. "Shame on you — you shouldn't be doing this."
The exchange, including the crowd chanting Obama's name in support as he summoned security, can be seen in the video below.