President interrupted during address to tech-leaders in San Jose, California on Thursday
Riled that he was unable to finish his speech, the president kept calm
Told his heckler that he would speak to him afterwards but he 'kinda screwed up my ending.'
Is on a three-day fund raising trip to California and met with Yahoo Inc CEO Marissa Mayer before the speech
About 250 people paid between $1,000 and $32,400 to attend
President Obama was heckled on Thursday during a fund-raising speech in San Jose, California as he spoke to supporters about the need to cast their vote to ensure the Senate remains in Democratic control.
Reaching the end of his address to tech leaders, Obama was interrupted by a man in the crowd and without missing a step, told him that he should speak to him later because he was 'screwing up the end of my speech.'
The heckler was excitedly shouting about his freedoms as a voter, to which the president replied he completely agreed, 'although, why don't we talk about it later because I am just about to finish, you and me, we'll talk about it.'
Undeterred and seemingly uninterested in the president's offer, the heckler continued to throw the president off, who shot back about how much he 'wanted to hear' from him.
In one amusing aside, the president, keen to complete his final message, told the man that despite his rude interruption, 'I love you back.'
The president then finished up by telling the heckler that he was keen to finish but that he 'kinda screwed up my ending.'
Addressing the tech leaders, the president warned his supporters to dig deep in their wallets to fund Democratic candidates and feel a sense of urgency about congressional elections in November or risk further gridlock in Washington and a failure to move on their priorities.
Obama was the headline speaker at four California fund-raising events, raising his two-day total to five. His last was a Silicon Valley event in San Jose co-hosted by Y Combinator President Sam Altman and Yahoo Inc CEO Marissa Mayer. About 250 people paid between $1,000 and $32,400 to attend.
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