In the middle of President Barack Obama's speech on the new immigration policy the president was interrupted by an unknown person.
That person has been identified as Neil Munro, a writer at The Daily Caller.
Earlier in the day, before Obama made his speech, Munro had an entry titled, Obama administration tries to downplay impact, muffle public opposition to amnesty move.
The president didn't appreciate being interrupted and told Munro he would answer his question when he was finished speaking. He did that and then walked off.
Watch the interruption below.
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