As President Obama explained a major immigration policy switch Friday in a Rose Garden statement, he got into an unexpected tussle with a reporter.
Obama seemed bewildered, then downright angry, at Neil Munro, a reporter for the conservative website Daily Caller who interrupted him more than once.
The reporter shouted a question President Obama's decision to halt deportations of some illegal immigrants while he was in mid-speech. Check it out:
"Excuse me, sir," Obama told Munro after Munro shouted a question in the middle of his speech on the Dream Act. "It's not time for questions, sir."
"No, you have to take questions," Munro responded, according to an official White House transcript. Obama shot back, "Not while I'm speaking."
Obama went on to complete his speech but not before jousting again with Munro, who he chastised for not letting him finish his statement.
Munro again shouted questions at Obama before he was done. "I didn't ask for an argument," Obama said. "I'm answering your question."
In a statement on the Daily Caller website, Munro defended himself: