President Barack Obama was heckled by a protester during his speech on Monday in San Francisco, and he tried to use the incident as a teachable moment.
An immigration reform activist began shouting for Obama to use executive orders to halt the deportation of America's undocumented immigrants.
"You have the power to stop deportations!" yelled the heckler.
Instead of allowing the Secret Service eject the activist, the Commander-in-Chief flipped the script instead and made a point about the limits of authority.
"Actually, I don't and that's why we're here," Obama replied.
Obama motioned for the Secret Service to let him stay, praising "the passion of these young people [who] feel deeply about the concerns of their families."
Then he tried to explain the position he's in as President.