President Obama Scolds White House Heckler: 'You're in My House'

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President Barack Obama doesn't stand for heckling in his house!

The Commander-in-chief shut down a guest during a White House event honoring LGBT Pride Month when the person started protesting deportations.

"Shame on you," Obama, 53, told the heckler on Wednesday. "Listen you're in my house. It's not respectful."

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When the heckler continued to interrupt the president, the guest was removed from the East Room. "As a general rule I am just fine with a few hecklers," he said as Vice President Joe Biden cheered him on. "But not when I'm up here in the house."

Obama added, "My attitude is if you're eating the hors d'oeuvres, you know what I'm saying? And drinking the booze? I know that's right."

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The heckler has been identified by multiple news organizations as Jennicet Gutierrez, a transgender woman and an undocumented immigrant. She is said to be apart of the Not One More campaign, and was reportedly yelling out "stop all deportations" and "not one more."

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