At a rally in Iowa, Pete Buttigieg used humor to shut down a heckler.
“Don’t help elect Trump, you egotistical billionaire a**hole!” one heckler shouted at the possible presidential candidate. “Go back to getting ratioed on Twitter!”
Obama's approach was the antithesis of Trump's calls to "knock the crap" out of hecklers.
The president has called on supporters to "knock the crap" out of his hecklers.
The heckler's daughters were with him in the audience. Eek.
In my line of work--stand up comedian--you deal with people who are drinking. As a whole, people are good and can handle their alcohol, but every so often you run into someone who would have done society a favor by staying home.
Speaking Tuesday in Chicago, Illinois about his decision to provide deportation relief to millions of undocumented immigrants, President Barack Obama was repeatedly interrupted by immigration activists.
During an immigration speech in Austin, Texas, President Obama is interrupted by a heckler.
Watch the exchange above. The response received laughs from the audience, but didn't deter the heckler, who continued yelling
"My mother and older sister could still be deported," he said, and shared how they were unable to visit their ailing grandfather because of immigration status, and then unable to attend his funeral when he died.
Check out the video above for Jarrett's thoughts on the first lady's heckler. Watch the full interview with White House Senior
I predict that when the last "lefty" white commentator has wrung the last drop of sanctimonious drivel out of the "failures" of this presidency that the actual facts will stand for all time.
We're not always our best selves, especially when we've been drinking. The most important thing is to realize you made a
This is why you never interrupt a comedian during his or her act -- ever. Comedian Harrison Greenbaum went after a drunken
If you heckle a comedian, the world is going to go ahead and assume you're on cocaine. For the second time in a few weeks
John McCain heckled during memorial day speech.